JM Bullion is pleased to offer a new note in honor of the fire department! These bills are genuine legal tender that have received handsome colorized design elements on the front side. These beautiful notes serve as a great reminder of fire departments across the country and all that they do to keep us safe. Right now, $2 Fire Department Emergency Response Agency Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- · Arrives in a display folio with Certificate of Authenticity!
- · All new note to honor emergency response teams!
- · Enhanced colorized design on the obverse!
- · The face value of $2 (USD) is fully backed by the United States.
- · Thomas Jefferson and fire department imagery are shown on the obverse.
- · A picture of the 1818 Declaration of Independence painting is in the reverse design.
When you purchase $2 Fire Department Emergency Response Agency Notes in this online listing from JM Bullion, you will receive an official legal tender note from an untouched Federal Reserve pack. The notes have undergone a stunning colorization process by The Merrick Mint to include specific fire department-themed imagery on the obverse. All the notes are protected inside blue folios and include a Certificate of Authenticity.
While we don’t know precisely who the first firefighters were, there are records suggesting they existed as far back as ancient Egypt. Around 85 BC is when the first official fire department is believed to have been established. However, these early firefighters were hardly upstanding citizens. Rome at the time was quite corrupt, and one of its wealthiest figures, Marcus Crassus established a force of 500 men to respond to house fires. But before putting out the fire, Crassus would negotiate a price with the homeowners. This delay caused the properties to burn, and Crassus would then buy up the land for extremely low prices. Luckily fire departments today do not have any motives except to serve individuals and protect their properties from damage, even if it risks their own lives.
The obverse of $2 Fire Department Legal Tender Notes includes a portrait of Thomas Jefferson in the center. You will also find several enhanced colorized designs, including a fire department badge, a fire truck, and a firefighter standing before flames. The words Fire Department 911 are also shown.
On the reverse side of Fire Department Emergency Response Agency Notes is a depiction of John Trumbull’s famous Declaration of Independence painting. The original artwork dates back to 1818 and features several Founding Fathers presenting a draft of the declaration to Congress.
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