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Complete 12-District Set of 1976 First-Day-Of-Issue $2 Federal Reserve Notes (12 notes), Crisp Uncirculated

$297.00

Complete 12-District Set of 1976 First-Day-Of-Issue $2 Federal Reserve Notes (12 notes)

Grade:  Crisp Uncirculated  
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On April 13, 1976, for America’s Bicentennial, new $2 Federal Reserve notes were introduced with backs featuring the famous painting The Signing of the Declaration of Independence. A limited number of the notes bear 13¢ stamps hand-canceled on April 13, 1976 to denote the first day of issue for the new $2 bills!

  • April 13 honors the original colonies and Thomas Jefferson's birthday (Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence)
  • Complete 12-note set contains $2 bills from all 12 Federal Reserve Districts
  • All 12 notes in Crisp Uncirculated condition
  • Hand-canceled 13¢ stamps denote official first day of issue for the Bicentennial $2 notes!


  • All 12 notes bear Neff-Simon signatures, while the designs and locations of the stamps will vary. Order this popular and patriotic complete 12-district set today while our supplies last!

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