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1917-1963 $2 Legal Tender Note Set


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Now own a set of the last four $2 Legal Tender Note designs – all printed over 45 years ago! Each bears the distinctive red seal and serial numbers that are seldom seen today. And the highlight of this group is the final large-size $2 design from Series 1917, picturing the Capitol as it looked over 100 years ago. And the back features the prized “bracelet” design! In 2002, paper money expert Carlson Chambliss estimated that of all Series 1917 $2 Legal Tender Notes printed, less than 1% still survive. Plus, you’ll enjoy a complete design set of small-size $2 Legal Tender Notes!

Included are the only three small-size $2 Legal Tender designs ever printed:

  • 1928-G – this first-of-its-kind note bears a red seal to the left and a large grey TWO at the right
  • 1953 – Treasury seal is moved to the right of Jefferson, replaced by a bold “2”
  • 1963 – first to bear the motto in god we trust and last $2 Legal Tender design!

All four notes bear a portrait of Thomas Jefferson on the face, and the small-size notes depict Jefferson’s Virginia home, Monticello, on the back. Order today to SAVE off individual note prices!

  • Note Size: Small, Large
  • Denomination: $2
  • Note Features: Red Seal
  • Product Type: Sets
  • Year: Mixed Years