Add rare or unusual Legal Tender U.S. Currency to your collection. Provident Metals offers a variety of U.S. banknotes for collectors and hobbyists.
These bills could be used to legally pay debts, but special features make them particularly interesting and more valuable as collectibles. Examples include the United States Two-Dollar Bill or the Small-Size $5 Bill that debuted during the Civil War.
If you’d like a talking piece or gift item, these Legal Tender bills from Provident Metals are a great place to start!
Though they are uncommon today, $2 Bills are legal tender. It was first introduced in 1892 in what is now known as the Large Size Note. Several iterations were offered until the introduction of the Small Size Note in 1929. These bills were offered until 1966, when the Two-Dollar Bill was discontinued.
The bill made a comeback ten years later, but is the lowest circulating bill, with fewer than 1 percent of all banknotes. It remains a popular curiosity.
Another uncommon Legal Tender bill is the Small Size 5 Dollar bill. Browse these and other Legal Tender oddities from Provident Metals today.