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    1891 $2 Silver Certificate Note (PCGS 4, Good)

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    Prior to 1928, U.S. paper currency was printed in a large format with exquisite design work on both sides. These silver certificates from 1891 are a nice example of the sophisticated level of artistry present on old-school paper money. The obverse utilizes the entire surface with unique text and visuals while the reverse dazzles with its triptych design pattern. Currently, 1891 $2 Silver Certificate Notes are available to you online from JM Bullion in Good condition.

    Note Highlights:

    • Includes a protective PCGS currency sleeve!
    • Classic large format vintage currency!
    • Second series of $2 silver certificates!
    • Issued a face value of $2 (USD) by the United States government.
    • Graded Good 4 by PCGS.
    • A portrait of William Windom is found on the obverse.
    • The denomination and obligation details are shown in the reverse design.

    These 1891 $2 Certificate Notes are officially recognized as legal tender by the U.S. government. The notes have been certified by the Professional Coin Grading Service with a grade of Good 4. Upon inspection, you can expect to find clear signs of wear across the surface. With this grade it is also common to find pieces missing from the note. Included with your purchase is a clear currency sleeve that includes a PCGS label bearing the official grade of Good 4.

    The obverse of 1891 Silver Certificate Notes contains a portrait of William Windom. In addition to serving in the House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, Windom was also Secretary of the Treasury for 3 different U.S. presidents. The serial number is shown twice on the obverse, once on the lower left side and again on the upper right. The Treasury seal is also depicted in red ink on the right side.

    On the reverse of 1891 $2 Silver Certificates obligation information and the denomination are featured. The denomination is found at numerous different points on the reverse. In the middle of the field, you will find the obligation language describing the function of these notes. There are also three unique design patterns in a row across the field’s midsection.

    Large-format silver certificates were first issued in 1878 in denominations ranging from $10 to $1000. Smaller denominations of $1, $2, and $5 were then added for the 1886 Series. These large format notes were continued through Series 1923. Then in 1928, U.S. paper currency across the board was re-designed in a sleek, smaller size with simpler design features. The silver certificates were included in this design makeover and remained relevant for the general public until 1964.

    Please contact JM Bullion with questions about these silver certificates. Our team can assist you at 800-276-6508, chat with you live online, or respond to your inquiries in writing via email.

    JMB ID 5063605
    Year 1891
    Grade 4 Good
    Grade Service PCGS
    Mint Mark Not Shown
    Condition Good
    Face Value $2
    Issuing Country United States
    Edge Design Smooth
    CoA No
    Packaging Type Archival Quality Currency Sleeve
    Package Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.1
    Shipping Free Shipping on Orders Over $199
    Dimensions 187 x 79 x 0.1 mm
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