Known popularly among Americans as greenbacks, the United States Note was a form of paper currency printed in the United States from 1862 to 1971. With a 109-year history, the US Note remains the longest-running form of paper currency in the US as of 2021. Right now, 1928 $2 Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in a protective currency sleeve!
- 1st issue of small-sized US Notes!
- Redesigned from the previous version!
- Very Fine+ condition!
- Bears a face value of $2 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- President Thomas Jefferson on the obverse.
- His home at Monticello is on the reverse.
- Please remember you could get notes with the same series subset and signature combinations when buying more than one.
Each 1928 $2 Legal Tender Note in this product listing is available to you in Very Fine+ condition. Notes in this condition have light signs of circulation use, the possibility of light soiling, and seven-to-10 folds. The notes in this listing are available to purchase with a protective currency sleeve.
1928 Legal Tender Notes represent the first release of small-sized versions of the United States Note. The 1928 $2 Note was issued in eight varieties, with the series noted on the obverse Series of 1928, or the subsets of Series of 1928A, 1928B, 1928C, 1928D, 1928E, 1928F, and 1928G. All of the notes have the signature of the Treasurer of the United States and the Secretary of the Treasury, with serial numbers in red ink and the US Treasury seal in red ink to the left of President Jefferson. Please note that buying more than one can result in receiving notes of the same series and with the same signature combinations.
President Thomas Jefferson is depicted on the obverse side of the 1928 $2 Legal Tender Note. President Jefferson, the 3rd President of the United States of America, had featured on the $2 United States Note since 1869. The only other figure to feature on the $2 denomination was Alexander Hamilton, who featured on the note in the 1862-1863 Series release.
Jefferson’s home at Monticello is found on the reverse of 1928 $2 Legal Tender Notes. This design made its debut on the $2 United States Note in 1928 with the release of the first-ever small-sized versions of the notes.
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