Series 1917 & 1963 $2 Legal Tender Note Set


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Now add a pair of Legal Tender "deuces" to your collection – the popular large-size 1917 $2 note, measuring a whopping 7 3/8" x 3 1/8," and small-size 1963 $2 note. As the longest-lived U.S. paper money type, Legal Tenders began circulating during the Civil War, and are distinguished by their red seals and serial numbers!

This handsome set brings you a circulated note from 1917, the last large-size Legal Tender series, featuring the popular and desirable "Bracelet" back (named for the bracelet of seals encircling the 2 at the center). It displays a portrait of Thomas Jefferson and vignette of the Capitol on the face. Plus, you'll get the last small-size $2 Legal Tender design from Series 1963, which was the first $2 series to bear the motto IN GOD WE TRUST. This Crisp Uncirculated note also displays a portrait of Jefferson. The notes in this affordable set are very popular and sure to go fast. Order today and SAVE off single prices!