1976 First Day $2 FRN Cancelled Stamp (Manhattan, KS-50 Notes)

1976 First Day $2 FRN Cancelled Stamp (Manhattan, KS-50 Notes)

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Cancelled April 13, 1976 - First Day of Issue! Manhattan, Kansas - Crisp Uncirculated
This collection consists of 50 consecutively numbered notes, each of the 50 notes has a stamp depicting the state flag of a different state of the United States. Very unique item!

The United States Treasury Department released for circulation the 1976 $2.00 Federal Reserve Notes on April 13th, 1976 in commemoration of Thomas Jefferson's birthday and in conjunction with the bicentennial celebrations taking place throughout the United States. The United States Post Offices were authorized to hand cancel only the $2 bills with 13¢ stamps affixed.

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