The longest-running paper currency program in U.S. history, legal tender notes were originally issued to satisfy debts during the Civil War. Also known as United States notes and greenbacks, these notes were first printed in the classic large format style and featured some of the most beautiful artwork of any U.S. paper currency. Right now, you can get Very Good 1862 $2 Legal Tender Notes online at Provident Metals.
When you order $2 Legal Tender Notes in this online Provident Metals listing, you will receive an officially certified note in Very Good 10 condition. This grade indicates that the notes will carry obvious signs of circulation. Also, limpness with be present throughout. These notes were graded by the Paper Money Guaranty, one of the leading third-party certification companies in the world. They will arrive in clear currency sleeves that include a label bearing the official certification information.
On the obverse of 1862 Legal Tender Notes, there is a bust of Alexander Hamilton. An influential politician and financier, Hamilton helped establish the systems of government and banking that are still relied upon to this day. Unlike modern depictions of Hamilton on paper currency, here he is shown in full profile facing right. Also included on the obverse is the Treasury seal in red ink. The remaining colors on the obverse are mostly black or green.
For the reverse of these Legal Tender Notes, youll see denomination details and obligation language. The denomination is depicted numerically both in the corners and in circles at the notes center. These circles surround lines of text expressing these notes as official legal tender. Thick decorative lines are also featured running horizontally through the note, which enhances the aesthetic beauty of the overall design.
These $2 notes featuring Hamilton are the first of their kind in the legal tender currency program. The next three $2 large format series were issued in 1869, 1875, and 1880. All three of these designs featured Thomas Jefferson. When the program switched to the smaller format in 1928, the $2 denomination was retained with Jefferson once again gracing the front. These small-format designs were issued through Series 1953 and bear much resemblance to the $2 bill that is currently in use today.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Product Series||Legal Notes|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Packaging||PMG Certified Sleeve|
|Packaging Dimensions||8.5 x 5.0 x 0.1|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|