General Patton's "Jeep" $2 Note with Holder


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Honor the service of Francis “Jeep” Sanza during World War II with this $2 Federal Reserve Note. Colorized by Littleton’s artists, the note shows the talented mechanic driving General Patton to victory. Drafted into the U.S. Army in 1941, Sanza was assigned to the 3457th Ordnance Medium Auto Maintenance. In this role, he demonstrated the power of the Willys MB® to President Roosevelt and the Supreme Allied Commander, Dwight Eisenhower. After driving the 4 x 4 underwater, Sanza would earn the nickname “Jeep”, a name he would use for the rest of his life. Selected by General Patton for his prowess behind the wheel, “Jeep” would serve the general from his landing in Normandy in 1944 until Germany’s surrender in 1945.

Officially licensed by Jeep®, this Littleton exclusive celebrates the dedication of General Patton’s personal driver. Add this colorized note to your collection and celebrate the story of Francis “Jeep” Sanza today!

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