1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note Set (3 notes) - Littleton Coin Company
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1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note Set (3 notes)

1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note Set (3 notes)

Now own a set of America’s first $2 Federal Reserve Notes from San Francisco, still as crisp as the day they were printed even after more than 35 years! You’ll enjoy three notes – including two special issues – printed to honor America’s Bicentennial in 1976:

  • First-day-of-issue cancellation & stamp – On the first day of issue (April 13, 1976), the Postal Service hand-canceled 13¢ stamps on a limited number of new $2 notes, creating the first U.S. stamp and currency combination. (Stamp design may vary.)
  • Choice Crisp Uncirculated $2 Note – One of America’s very first $2 Federal Reserve Notes
  • Choice Crisp Uncirculated $2 Star Note – These seldom-seen notes are created to replace pieces damaged during manufacture. Less than 3% of all Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Notes from San Francisco feature a star by their serial number.

All three notes depict Thomas Jefferson with a green Treasury seal on the face, and a rendition of John Trumbull’s painting, Declaration of Independence, on the back. Seldom seen and popular with collectors, the notes in this set will make an exceptional addition to your collection. Order today, and SAVE off individual prices!
ST4778 Choice Crisp Uncirculated $99.00 Add to Cart
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