1891 $2.00 Treasury Note CU

1891 $2.00 Treasury Note CU

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This note is part of a short lived type issued in the early 1890s in denominations of $1.00 through $1,000. The high denominations of this type are some of the greatest rarities in U.S. paper money!

Currency Highlights:
  • One of the most short-lived issues of U.S. paper money printed in the early 1890s.
  • Features a red Treasury seal.
  • Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve. 
  • This note is in Crisp Uncirculated condition.
  • Face: Portrait of James B. McPherson, a general in the Union Army during the Civil War killed during the Battle of Atlanta in 1864, is at left.
  • Back: Obligation language at bottom center with the denomination in multiple places and styles.

These notes are collectible due to their brief issue and low printing. Add this 1891 $2.00 Treasury Note to your cart today!

Rosecrans/Huston signature combo—Friedberg #357. 

Although titled as Treasury Notes, the obligation boldly stating these could be redeemed 'IN COIN' led to them being referred to as Coin Notes.

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