Trace the history of the $2 Federal Reserve Note – the deuce – with this 5-note set that includes a crisp $2 bill for each signature combination issued. You’ll receive 5 different notes, each featuring a unique combination of signatures representing the secretary of the treasury and the U.S. treasurer in office at the time the notes were issued.
Seldom seen in commerce, $2 notes make up less than 1% of all of today’s paper money production and are very popular because of their unusual denomination and history. And for paper money collectors, one goal is to put together a complete signature set.
The government decided to celebrate America’s bicentennial in 1976 by issuing the first-ever $2 Federal Reserve Notes featuring John Trumbull’s famous painting, Declaration of Independence on the back. This handsome set includes all series and signature combinations issued to date:
- 1976 Neff-Simon – the first $2 Federal Reserve Notes issued1995 Withrow-Rubin – the first $2 Federal Reserve Notes from Fort Worth
- 2003 Marin-Snow
- 2003A Cabral-Snow
- 2009 Rios-Geithner
- Note Size: Small
- Product Type: Sets
- Denomination: $2