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1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note 1st Day of Issue, with Stamp


1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note 1st Day of Issue with Stamp

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On April 13, 1976, to celebrate the bicentennial of American independence, new $2 Federal Reserve Notes were issued with backs featuring the well-known painting Signing of the Declaration of Independence.

  • Crisp Uncirculated Bicentennial $2 bill
  • Bearing a 13¢ stamp (or two stamps equaling 13¢) hand canceled on April 13, 1976 for the first day of issue of the new $2 notes
  • Features a famous 1776 painting by artist John Trumbull who fought in the Revolutionary War
  • A popular currency/stamp collector combo!

These official first-day-of-issue Bicentennial notes will be historic additions to your collection (designs and locations of the 13¢ stamps will vary).

  • Product Type: Single Products
  • Note Features: Green Seal
  • Note Size: Small
  • Year: 1976
  • Denomination: $2
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