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US 1976 UNCIRCULATED $2 Dollar Banknote # L22075441A - Green Seal
This note is still legal tender in the United States for $2
The $2 Dollar Bill is America's Rarest Current Denomination of US Currency. The two-dollar denomination was discontinued from 1966 until 1976 when use of the two-dollar bill was resumed as part of the United States bicentennial celebration. The two-dollar bill was last issued in 2003. Low printing numbers starting in the 1950s resulted in the $2 dollar bill becoming the rarest current denomination of US Currency. This rarity caused people to hoard any $2 bills they come across and as a result this decreased the circulation of the $2 dollar bill even more. Today the $2 dollar bill constitute around 1% of all notes in US circulation. In 1976 the two-dollar bill was finally assigned as a Federal Reserve Note, with a new reverse design featuring John Trumbull's depiction of the drafting of the United States Declaration of Independence replacing the previous design of Monticello.
I sell notes by the serial number so you'll know the one you see is the one you're getting
Buyer's Note: This note is uncirculated, but there is a light crease on the left side of the note just above the note's serial number, probably due to the plastic sheet it was stored in. Even though the note has not been in circulation, you technically can't call it uncirculated due to the light crease. It is a very sharp note with no tears and legal tender in the US in the amount of $2 dollars.
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