In celebration of the Navy and its vital role during World War II, we are pleased to offer collectors a remarkable new note courtesy of the Merrick Mint. These notes are genuine $2 bills that have received vintage-style enhancements across the front design. Right now, $2 World War II Vintage United States Navy Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Will arrive in a protective folio with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- All-new $2 bill in commemoration of the US Navy!
- Genuine legal tender note!
- Issued a face value of $2 (USD) from the US government.
- The obverse features Thomas Jefferson and unique Navy designs.
- On the reverse is a rendition of the Declaration of Independence painting.
The United States Navy was founded in 1794 and is one of six branches of the country’s Armed Forces. The US Navy prides itself as the largest of its kind in the world, with a combined battle fleet tonnage of over 4,000,000. Following the onset of the Second World War, the US government passed the Two Oceans Navy Bill, which allowed for the creation of 1,325,000 tons of new Navy ships. In addition to playing a crucial role in the war with Japan during WWII, the US Navy also assisted the British Royal Navy in the fight against Germany and Italy.
Each $2 World War II United States Navy Legal Tender Note in this online listing from JM Bullion is guaranteed authentic legal tender. These notes have received beautiful enhancements from the Merrick Mint, which employs proprietary techniques for a truly stunning effect. Included with each purchase is a protective blue folio and a Certificate of Authenticity.
The obverse of $2 World War II Vintage United States Legal Tender Notes features a portrait of Thomas Jefferson with a colorized American flag backdrop. In addition to the standard features you will see on the $2 bill, you will find a Navy emblem watermark and the rendering of the iconic V-J in Times Square photograph.
On the reverse face of $2 World War II Vintage United States Navy Notes, there is a replication of the 1818 oil painting titled Declaration of Independence. In this legendary masterpiece from the great John Trumbull, we see the Founding Fathers presenting a draft of the Declaration to John Hancock. Hancock would later become the first signer of the document.
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