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- These $2 FRN's were issued beginning in 1976.
- Notes will be housed in archival quality currency sleeves.
- These series 1976 notes will be in Crisp Uncirculated condition.
- Each note has a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson on the front with the new engraving of John Trumbull's famous painting "Declaration of Independence" on the back.
The deuce was revived in 1976 as a Federal Reserve Note and issued on April 13, 1976--Thomas Jefferson's 200th birthday. This was part of the American Bi-centennial celebration. Although they were issued in large numbers, they never really circulated, and became nice collector items as mementos of that great national celebration!
Series 1976 $2 FRN's were printed in fairly large numbers, but the San Francisco district can be elusive! Friedberg#1935-L.
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Posted By:Chris R.
Date:Feb 28, 2015
I got caught up in the 1975-76 bicentennial celebration as a little kid. I thought the 1976 $2 bills were very cool and saw many of them pass through my young hands. As I've gotten older, $2 bills became rarer then hen's teeth. When I saw that APMEX had one available from the San Francisco mint, I ordered it immediately to start my collection of old $2 and $5 bills. The $2 bill I got wasn't printed on center. The front side is shifted to top and over to the right. The back side is shifted to the top and over to the left. These "errors" don't take away from the characteristic of this $2 bill.
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