The modern US $2 bill is the rarest used note in circulation in the United States, but it was historically one of the most widely used notes. Prior to the issue of the modern $2 Federal Reserve Note in 1976, the $2 bill was available in countless other versions of historic US paper money. Right now, $2 Colorized Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of a clear acrylic display with a Certificate of Authenticity included!
- Legal tender $2 Federal Reserve Notes!
- Uncirculated bills in crisp, clean condition!
- Bears a face value of $2 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- President Thomas Jefferson is on the obverse.
- John Trumbulls painting of the signing of the Declaration of Independence is found on the reverse.
- Impressive colorized visuals added to both sides!
Each of the $2 Colorized Legal Tender Notes in this JM Bullion listing comes from a fresh pack of clean, crisp, uncirculated Federal Reserve Notes. As Americas most underused denomination in circulation, the $2 bill is ideal for use in creating collectible versions of modern legal tender notes. Modern colorization processes have been employed to enhance the visual appeal of these $2 bills for collectors. The notes arrive in a clear acrylic display with a Certificate of Authenticity included with your purchase.
As mentioned earlier, the $2 bill is one of the most diverse denominations of American paper money from a historical standpoint. From the introduction of the United States Note in 1862 with a $2 denomination until 1966 when US Notes were phased out, a $2 bill was available not only in the United States Note Series, but also in other forms of currency such as the Silver Certificate, the National Bank Note, Federal Reserve Bank Note, and the 1890 Treasury Note.
President Thomas Jefferson has long-featured on the obverse of $2 bills in the United States, including on the obverse of these $2 Colorized Legal Tender Notes. In terms of this specific monetary design, President Jeffersons bust has been on $2 bills as seen here since 1928 when the United States Note was downsized to the modern monetary format. It depicts the third President of the United States of America with colorization added to his figure and the porthole design elements immediately around him.
A replica of an oil painting from 1818 is found in the reverse design of $2 Colorized Legal Tender Notes. This design is based on John Trumbulls 1818 oil painting depicting the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The leading figures among the Founding Fathers are present in the design, with all figures enhanced through beautiful colorization.
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