The Attack on Pearl Harbor was, in the words of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, a date which will live in infamy. The surprise attack on the U.S. naval base occurred in the early morning of December 7th, 1941. 2,400 Americans died as a result, and the following day Congress approved Roosevelts request to enter World War II. This historical event is now commemorated in a stunning new legal tender note from the Merrick Mint. Right now, $2 World War II Attack on Pearl Harbor Legal Tender Notes are available for purchase online at JM Bullion.
- Delivered to you in a protective blue folio with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Genuine $2 bill in remembrance of the attack on Pearl Harbor!
- Colorized details on the obverse design!
- The face value of $2 (USD) is fully backed by the United States.
- A depiction of the Pearl Harbor attack features on the obverse.
- The 1818 Declaration of Independence painting is depicted in the reverse design.
In addition to 2,400 deaths, the Pearl Harbor attack led to 1,000 injured and caused damage to 20 naval vessels, 8 battleships, and roughly 300 planes. Japan had hoped the attack would force the United States to change its economic sanctions against them, but instead, it prompted the U.S to declare war. Ultimately the Allied Forces, which included the United States, the Soviet Union, and Great Britain, triumphed in the conflict, with victory declared on May 8th, 1945.
$2 World War II Attack on Pearl Harbor Notes can be purchased with the click of a mouse and delivered directly to your door. Upon delivery, you will find each note housed inside of a blue folio that includes a Certificate of Authenticity from the Merrick Mint. Each bill in this listing is genuine legal tender taken from untouched packs of Federal Reserve notes.
On the obverse side of $2 Attack on Pearl Harbor Legal Tender Notes there is a portrait of Thomas Jefferson. In the background, there is a triptych of images from the Pearl Harbor attack, along with the inscriptions WWII, Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941.
The reverse of the World War II Attack on Pearl Harbor Legal Tender Note features John Trumbulls 1818 painting titled Declaration of Independence. This image follows the basic layout of the original painting as it shows the Founding Fathers presenting a draft of the Declaration to John Hancock. In the background we see members of Congress observing the event.
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