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Any currency collection starts with the basics which includes this "small size deuce" $2 Legal Tender US note from the 1953 or 1963 series.
Each note is a circulated example of the series and ships in an archival-safe currency sleeve to ensure lasting preservation.
The two-dollar bill, while still in circulation as legal tender, is one of the rarest American paper dollars. Add one of these to your collection with the “small size” $2 Legal Tender U.S. Note, created in the 1953 or 1963 series.
The obverse of the bill features President Thomas Jefferson, a red seal, and the words “THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WILL PAY TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND TWO DOLLARS.”
The reverse features Jefferson’s beautiful home, Monticello. A banner on the 1953 version reads “THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.” The 1963 version changed this banner to say “IN GOD WE TRUST.”
Monticello was Jefferson’s primary plantation home. He began construction when he was only 26, and the grand house is known for its elegant neoclassical design. Jefferson was quite an intellectual tinkerer, and so many of the buildings on his property were designated for specialized uses, such as plant breeding. The land, originally used to produce tobacco and wheat, has extensive gardens. Monticello now serves as a National Historic Site and Museum.
Fewer than 1 percent of all produced American currency are $2 bills, and it is frequently assumed to be no longer in circulation. However, these bills are available and can still be used for ordinary cash purchases. Pick yours up today from Provident Metals.