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1976-2009 Complete $2 Federal Reserve Note Signature Set

$49.95

(5 notes)

Grade:  Crisp Uncirculated  
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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 combinationissued. 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 issued
  • 1995 Withrow-Rubin – the first $2 Federal Reserve Notes from Fort Worth
  • 2003 Marin-Snow
  • 2003A Cabral-Snow
  • 2009 Rios-Geithner

These historic notes are seldom seen and very desirable in the Crisp Uncirculated condition offered here. Add this complete signature set to your collection, but hurry, at this price they won’t last!

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