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$2 Notes

The Curse of the Two Dollar Bill — The $2 note was first issued in 1862 and it was well accepted until the late 1800's. In the late 1800's some of the things you could do with a $2 note were: Buy a vote, Buy "services" at a brothel, or place a bet. Respectable persons feared others would think they had "earned" the "Duece" by selling their vote, their body, or as a habitual bettor. To combat the "Curse of the Deuce," many people tore corners off the note. Pregnant women who received a note with all four corners torn off believed they would have twins. Cashiers imagined themselves immune from the "Curse" if they kissed the note upon receipt — In the old days, it was believed that saliva contained magical powers that would contain a curse long enough to pass the offending article to another who would have to fine their own way of defending themselves.

During World War II, just as it did with the British currency, Nazi Germany tried to flood the United States with counterfeit notes by way of Mexico. It faked all the denominations except the $2 note. When the scheme was detected, a secret agreement was reached with Mexico that then outlawed all denominations of U.S. currency except the $2 note and coins, with all others to be turned in. The countermeasures were successful, and the fakes were stopped cold.

The engraving of Thomas Jefferson is based on the Gilbert Stuart painting of Jefferson.

Last Update: Sunday, 04-Sep-2016 10:51:59 EDT

FR-1501 | KL-1613

First Issue of the Small Size $2 United States Note

Series 1928 $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Tate - Mellon, Plate# H6/27, S/N A07916330A, 55,889,424 printed

PMG Gem Uncirculated 66EPQ

FR-1502 | KL-1614

Series 1928 A $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Woods - Mellon, Plate# C91/98, S/N A86731203A, 46,859,136 printed

FR-1503 | KL-1615

Series 1928 B $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Woods - Mills, Plate# A23/161, S/N B02478397A, 9,001,632 printed

FR-1504 | KL-1616

Series 1928 C $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# B90/222, S/N B42194618A, 86,584,008 printed

PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ

FR-1505 | KL-1617

Series 1928 D $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# A277/314, S/N C64818679A, 146,381,364 printed

FR-1505 | KL-1617

Short Snorter

Series 1928 D $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# F282/298, S/N C68891016A, 146,381,364 printed

A short snorter is a banknote inscribed by people traveling together on an aircraft. The tradition was started by Alaskan Bush flyers in the 1920s and spread through the military and commercial aviation. During World War II short snorters were signed by flight crews and conveyed good luck to soldiers crossing the Atlantic. Friends would take the local currency and sign each other's bills creating a "keepsake of your buddy's signatures".If you signed a short snorter and that person could not produce it upon request, they owed you a dollar or a drink — The word "snort" is slang for "mixed drink". "Short" is less than a full measure

FR-1506 | KL-1618

Series 1928 E $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Julian - Vinson, Plate# G411/317, S/N D37015753A

FR-1507 | KL-1619

Series 1928 F $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Julian - Snyder, Plate# C461/346, S/N D76478553A, 43,349,292 printed

PCGS Gem New 66PPQ

FR-1507✩ | KL-1619✩

Star Note

Series 1928 F $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Star Note, Julian - Snyder, Plate# B447/315, S/N ✩03248972A

Signed by William Alexander (W.A.) Julian, the last male Treasurer of the United States

FR-1508 | KL-1620

Last Issue of the Series 1928 $2 United States Note

Series 1928 G $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Clark - Snyder, Plate# I487/330, S/N D90909267A, 52,208,000 printed

PCGS Gem New 65PPQ

The 1928 Series United States Note was printed for about 25 years into the early 1950's.

Signed by Georgia Neese Clark, the first woman Treasurer of the United States.

FR-1509 | KL-1621

Series 1953 $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Priest - Humphrey, Plate# Q5/401, S/N A35355057A, 45,360,000 printed

FR-1509✩ | KL-1621✩

Star Note

Series 1953 $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Priest - Humphrey, Plate# I2/397, S/N ✩01963811A

PMG Gem Uncirculated 66EPQ

FR-1510 | KL-1622

Series 1953 A $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Priest - Anderson, Plate# F13/396, S/N A45833823A, 18,000,000 printed

PCGS Gem New 65PPQ

FR-1510✩ | KL-1622✩

Star Note

Series 1953 A $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Priest - Anderson, Plate# R7/400, S/N ✩02501510A

PCGS New 62PPQ

FR-1511 | KL-1623

Series 1953 B $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Smith - Dillon, Plate# G1/397, S/N A71410227A, 10,800,000 printed

PCGS Gem New 66PPQ

FR-1512 | KL-1624

Series 1953 C $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Granahan - Dillon, Plate# A15/409, S/N A74173123A, 5,760,000 printed

PCGS Gem New 65PPQ

FR-1512✩ | KL-1624✩

Star Note

Series 1953 C $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Star Note, Granahan - Dillon, Plate# O15/410, S/N ✩03885686A, 360,000 printed

FR-1513 | KL-1625

National Motto printed on the back

Series 1963 $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Granahan - Dillon, Plate# H3/3, S/N A11027007A, 15,360,000 printed

PCGS Superb Gem New 67PPQ

First Series to print Motto — Public Law 84-140 passed in 1956 mandated that the National Motto be printed on paper notes.

FR-1513✩ | KL-1625✩

Star Note
National Motto printed on the back

Series 1963 $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Granahan - Dillon, Plate# A1/1, S/N ✩00493705A

PMG Gem Uncirculated 65EPQ

First Series to print Motto — Public Law 84-140 passed in 1956 mandated that the National Motto be printed on paper notes.

FR-1514✩ | KL-1626✩

Last Issue of $2 United States Notes

Star Note

Series 1963 A $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Star Note, Granahan - Fowler, Plate# E3/1, S/N ✩00726087A

PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ

The last delivery of $2 United States notes was made on 29 July 1965. For the next 11 years no $2 notes of any type were printed.

FR-1514 | KL-1626

Last Issue of the $2 United States Note

Series 1963 A $2 United States Note (Legal Tender Note), Granahan - Fowler, Plate# A3/1, S/N A17777133A, 3,200,000 printed

PCGS Gem New 66PPQ

Last Issue of the $2 United States Note — The last delivery of $2 United States notes was made on 29 July 1965. For the next 11 years no $2 notes of any type were printed.

FR-1935F | KL-1632

First Issue of the $2 Federal Reserve Note
April 13, 1976 First Day of Issue Postmark

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Atlanta, Neff-Simon, Plate# A19/34, S/N F26402515A, 590,720,000 printed for the Atlanta Federal Reserve District, April 13, 1976 First Day of Issue Postmark with 13-Star Flag Over Independence Hall stamp (Scott# 1622)

The $2 note was first issued in 1862 as a United States Note (Legal Tender Note). It was used continuously until 1966 when the only class of US currency it was then assigned to, United States Notes, began to be discontinued. In 1976 use of the two-dollar denomination was resumed as part of the United States bicentennial ($2.00 is equal to two hundred cents) and the two-dollar bill was finally assigned as a Federal Reserve Note, with a new design on the back featuring an engraved reduction of the painting, "The Signing of the Declaration of Independence," by John Trumbull, replacing the previous design of Monticello. The original Trumbull painting portrayed 47 people, 42 of whom were signers of the Declaration (there were 56 total). However, because of limited space on the note 5 of the 47 people in the painting are not included on the engraving (on the far left and far right of the painting) — The farthest four figures on the left (George Wythe, William Whipple, Josiah Bartlett and Thomas Lynch, Jr.), and the farthest two figures on the right (Thomas McKean and Philip Livingston), and seated in the left rear, George Walton, are missing in the engraving. Two other unknown figures are superimposed in the engraving in between Samuel Chase and Lewis Morris and between James Wilson and Francis Hopkinson, bringing the total number of figures on the back of the two-dollar bill to 42. John Dickinson is painted in the portrait, but was not actually present at the signing of the declaration. Other differences between the original painting and the engraving are:

  • A patterned rug that appears in the Trumbull painting was removed from under the feet of the five men standing in the center.
  • In the painting, Thomas Jefferson is twisted about 90 degrees and his leg is outstretched like a ballet dancer in order to stand ever so slightly on John Adams's foot. The two men had a lot of respect for each other, but they were also political rivals for decades, belonging to opposite parties and running against each other for president. In the $2 bill version, though, the two men's feet are touching toe to toe.
  • Finally, there is the curious case of James Wilson, who would eventually go on to become an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court. In the place of the smooth-shaven, white-haired gentleman in Trumbull's painting, the $2 bill includes a young man with dark, close-cropped hair and a short goatee.

First day issues of the new bicentennial $2 bills could be taken to a post office to get a 13¢ stamp postmarked "Apr 13 1976" — April 13 honors the original colonies and Thomas Jefferson's birthday (Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence)

Check out the back of a Series 1976 K $2 note with a Roswell, NM postmark and a full district set. .

FR-1935I | KL-1635

Postmarked on April 13, 1976 — The First Day of Issue

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Neff - Simon, Plate# ?/23, S/N I10421951A

Postmarked April 13, 1976 at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Great Falls, MT with Americana Issue - Eagle with Shield stamp (Scott# 1592).

FR-1935K | KL-1637

Postmarked on April 12, 1976 — The day before the First Day of Issue

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Dallas, Neff - Simon, Plate# ?/34, S/N K03203257A

Postmarked April 12, 1976 in Frisco, TX with Americana Issue - Eagle with Shield stamp (Scott# 1592), TX — The day before the First Day of Issue.

FR-1935G | KL-1633

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Currency Paying Teller Stamp on April 13, 1976, the First Day of Issue

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Neff - Simon, Plate# F14/34, S/N G37230774A

FR-1935B | KL-1628

Error Note — Mismatched Block Letter Prefix

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, New York, Neff - Simon, Plate# H49/48, S/N H45432464A/B45432464A

PCGS Choice New 64 Apparent — Graded with "Apparent" designation due to minor rust stain in bottom margin.

FR-1935B | KL-1628

Error Note — Underinking of Single Digit in Serial Numbers

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, New York, Neff - Simon, Plate# D20/21, S/N B09832799A

Enlargement of the serial numbers reveals a faint amount of green ink for the missing digit in the upper right serial number.

FR-1935B | KL-1628

4-Specimen Uncut Sheet

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, New York, Neff - Simon

Notes on the sheet
S/NPlate#
B99222694CA100/7
B99247694CB100/7
B99272694CC100/7
B99287694CD100/7

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FR-1935A✩ | KL-1627✩

Star Note

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Boston, Neff - Simon, Plate# B20/7, S/N A00342137✩, 1,280,000 printed for the Boston Federal Reserve District

FR-1935F✩ | KL-1632✩

Star Note

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Atlanta, Neff - Simon, Plate# A60/48, S/N F00816371✩, 1,280,000 printed for the Atlanta Federal Reserve District

PCGS Superb Gem 67PPQ

FR-1935E | KL-1631

Courtesy Autograph from William E. Simon, Secretary of the Treasury

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, San Francisco, Neff - Simon, Plate# C4/3, S/N E12858603A

PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ

FR-1935G | KL-1633

Conventional (1935 - 1977) and COPE (1969B - Present) Serial Numbers

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Neff - Simon, Plate# D23/45 and H38/54, S/N G44065669A and G52799221A

COPE - Currency Overprinting and Processing Equipment

In the early 1970s, the BEP put into service a new automated system called COPE, for Currency Overprinting and Processing Equipment. This system overprinted serial numbers and seals on the printed sheets of currency, cut those sheets down to individual notes, replaced defective notes with star notes from a previously printed supply, and banded the notes into packs of 100 ready to be shrink-wrapped and shipped out--all in a single automated process. (Previously, these had been separate steps, and the finished notes had received a more thorough quality inspection after the cutting stage.)

The transition from conventional overprinting to COPE overprinting was a gradual one. For a number of years, the BEP had both sorts of production lines in operation, and initially COPE produced only $1 notes, beginning in Series 1969B. Not until the BEP had enough COPE lines to handle all $1 production did the other denominations begin to be produced in this way as well: first the $2 in Series 1976, and then the $5 through $100 late in Series 1974. Star notes of all denominations were converted to COPE production last of all, during Series 1977, because they are often printed in runs of irregular length that were more conveniently produced on the older conventional equipment. Since late 1979, all currency has been processed by COPE (except for the uncut sheets sold to collectors by the BEP).

It turned out that serial numbers overprinted by the COPE system had a slightly different appearance from those printed on the older conventional equipment. While the actual typeface used for the serials is virtually unchanged, COPE-printed notes show bolder, thicker lines in the digits. As a result, some collectors treated the two serial numbering styles as distinct types, and tried to obtain examples of both from each Federal Reserve district or serial number block. The difference is small enough that such collecting has not caught on widely, but the two different styles of serial numbers remain an interesting side effect of the BEP's technological progress.
Reference: USPaperMoney.Info


Conventional (top) and COPE (bottom) serial numbers

FR-1935L | KL-1638

Courtesy Autograph from Francine Neff, Treasurer of the United States

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, San Francisco, Neff - Simon, Plate# B6/1, S/N L00666212A

PCGS Gem New 65PPQ

FR-1935L | KL-1638

USA 1976 $2 Bill

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, San Francisco, Neff - Simon, Plate# C12/5, S/N L12208024A

Note: Not an official Bureau of Engraving and Printing Commemorative Note

FR-1935L✩ | KL-1638✩

Star Note

Series 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, San Francisco, Neff - Simon, Plate# A8/4, S/N L00338956✩, 1,920,000 printed for the San Francisco Federal Reserve District

FR-1936F✩ | KL-4227✩

Star Note

Series 1995 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Atlanta, Withrow - Rubin, Plate# F2/4, S/N F00215964#x2729;, 1,280,000 printed for the Atlanta Federal Reserve District

PCGS Superb Gem New 67PPQ

FR-1936F✩ | KL-4240✩

Bureau of Engraving and Printing Independence $2 Set

Series 1995 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Atlanta, Withrow - Rubin, Plate# F2/2, S/N F00223431✩

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, TX.

KL-4234✩

Bureau of Engraving and Printing Millenium Star Note Set

Series 1995 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Millenium Star Note, Cleveland, Withrow - Rubin, Plate# H10/17, S/N D20005103✩, Only 9,999 printed, Gem Uncirculated

This note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the year 2000. The Series 1995 $2 note has a serial number in the form of "2000xxxx✩".

In celebration of the new Millenium, the Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) proudly presents a unique 1995 $2 note that begins with the serial number 2000. The BEP in Fort Worth, Texas produced 153.6 million Series 1995 $2 notes for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta during the fiscal years 1996 and 1997. These notes were printed for general circulation. At that time, there were no Series 1995 $2 notes produced for the other 11 Federal Reserve Banks. This Millenium Note is unique because no more than 9,999 Series 1995 $2 notes exist for a Federal Reserve Bank, except Atlanta.

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

FR-1937I | KL-4680

Series 2003 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Marin - Snow, Plate# F1/4, S/N I60323991A, 121,600,000 printed for the Minneapolis Federal Reserve District

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

FR-1937I and FR-1937I✩

Bureau of Engraving and Printing $2 Evolution Series

Series 2003 $2 Federal Reserve Notes, $2 Minneapolis Set, Marin - Snow

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

Plate Numbers
S/NPlate#
I00003339✩A2/8
I00003339AA3/3

FR-1937I | KL-4680

Repeater Note

Series 2003 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Marin - Snow, Plate# D2/5, S/N I63166316A

PCGS Superb Gem New 67PPQ

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

FR-1937I | KL-4680

Radar Note

Series 2003 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Marin - Snow, Plate# D1/3, S/N I63166136A

PCGS Gem New 66PPQ

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

FR-1937I✩ | KL-4680✩

Star Note
Courtesy Autograph from Rosario Marin, Treasurer of the United States

Series 2003 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Marin - Snow, Plate# D2/3, S/N I01954772✩

FR-1937G✩

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2003 Commemorative Single Star Note Set

Series 2003 $2 Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Merin - Snow, Plate# A3/4, S/N G00003573✩, Only 16,000 printed!

This note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the Series 2003 Single Star Note. The Series 2003 $2 note has a very low serial number!

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

Other notes in the collection
Federal Reserve DistrictS/NPlate#S/NPlate#S/NPlate#
BostonA00005355✩A5/8A00007913✩A3/4
New YorkB00007524✩C5/4B00007595✩C5/8
PhiladelphiaC00004190✩A5/8C00008316✩B3/3
ClevelandD00002511✩E2/3D00009041✩F1/4
RichmondE00007240✩G3/5E00007049✩G5/8
AtlantaF00002511✩E2/3F00004916✩E2/5F00004141✩E1/5
ChicagoG00003573✩A3/4G00002511✩A2/3G00005674✩
St. LouisH00005716✩C3/3H00002735✩C1/4
MinneapolisI00008531✩B3/8I00008552✩B1/8
Kansas CityJ00002511✩E2/3J00006191✩E3/3
DallasK00010043✩H2/8K00009465✩H2/3
San FranciscoL00005637✩E5/3L00004585✩E5/3

2003 $2 Federal Reserve Note Star Set

Same serial number Star Notes with different Federal Reserve District prefixes.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing $2 Double Lucky Money Set

Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note, $2 Double Lucky Money Set, St. Louis, Cabral - Snow

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing takes great pride in presenting to you this $2 Double Lucky Money note set, the newest addition to our Lucky Money Collection. This set features, for the first time ever, two crisp uncirculated Series 2003A $2 notes, with serial numbers beginning with "8888," to symbolize good fortune and "2008," to commemorate the New Year. These notes also feature serial numbers with the last four digits matching.

In many Asian communities, the number 8 signifies wealth and prosperity. Wishing you success, wealth and fortune with the enclosed uncirculated Federal Reserve Notes. May this $2 Double Lucky Money note set bring you success and may all your wished be fulfilled in the New Year.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing Lucky Money 8.8.8 Set

Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note, Lucky Money 8.8.8 Set, St. Louis, Cabral - Snow, Plate# C21/31, S/N H88889255E

This "Lucky Money 8.8.8" set feaures an uncirculated $1, $2, and $5 Federal Reserve Note with matching serial numbers beginning with "888." In many Asian communities, the number 8 symbolizes wealter, health, and prosperity. These notes capture the significance of Chinese symbolism and numerology.

FR-1938G | KL-4684G

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2008 Commemorative Note Set

Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Cabral - Snow, Plate# B20/31, S/N G20081930D

The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the year 2008. The Series 2003 A $2 note has a serial number in the form of "2008xxxxD".

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

Other notes in the collections
Federal Reserve DistrictS/NPlate#
BostonA20084786DE22/27
New YorkB20089110DB19/31
PhiladelphiaC20086272DG21/31
ClevelandD20086003DG21/25
RichmondE20081791DB22/25
AtlantaF20088522DA20/27
ChicagoG20081930DB20/31
DallasK20086259DG21/25
San FranciscoL20087602DH20/25

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2009 Commemorative Note Set

Series 2003 A $1 Federal Reserve Note, Boston, Cabral - Snow, Plate# D21/25, S/N A20091473D

The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the year 2009. The Series 2003 A note has a serial number in the form of "2009xxxxD."

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

Other notes in the collection
Federal Reserve DistrictS/NPlate#S/NPlate#
BostonA20091473DD21/25A20093954DF21/25
New YorkB20090472DC20/25B20091851DD19/31
PhiladelphiaC20098572DC22/29C20099708DD22/31
ClevelandD20092347DE22/31D20099970DD22/25
RichmondE20095954DH22/25E20093230DF22/27
AtlantaF20099247DD19/31F20090417DC21/31
ChicagoG20090258DC22/25G20092451DE19/25
St. LouisH20097671DB21/29H20096278DA19/27
DallasK20090422DC21/31K20092083DE21/25
San FranciscoL20094631DG21/31L20095548DH21/27

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2010 Commemorative Note Set

Series 2003 A $1 Federal Reserve Note, Boston, Cabral - Snow, Plate# E21/27, S/N E20100749D

The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the year 2010. The Series 2003 A note has a serial number in the form of "2010xxxxD."

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

Other notes in the collection
Federal Reserve DistrictS/NPlate#
BostonA20100525DE19/25
New YorkB20107269DD21/27
PhiladelphiaC20102412DG19/27
ClevelandD20101077DF21/27
RichmondE20100749DE21/27
AtlantaF20102253DG19/31
ChicagoG20107658DD22/25
St. LouisH20105260DB19/29
DallasK20101129DF20/25
San FranciscoL20109602DF20/25

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2011 Double Deuce Set

Series 2003 A $1 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis and Kansas City, Cabral - Snow, Plate# B20/29 and B22/29, S/N I20113336D and J20113336D

The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the year 2011. The Series 2003 A note has a serial number in the form of "2011xxxx."

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

View back of notes.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2011 Double Deuce Set

Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis and Kansas City, Cabral - Snow, Plate# B21/27 and B19/27, S/N I20113337D and J20113337D

Consecutive serial numbers of the Double Deuce Set above!

Bureau of Engraving and Printing American Founding Fathers 2012 Currency Set

Series 2009 $1 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Rios - Geithner, Plate# E78/27, S/N I20121494A
Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Cabral - Snow, Plate# B21/27, S/N I20121494D

The notes are enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) and it encloses uncirculated Series 2009 $1 and Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Notes featuring a serial number beginning with 2012.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2012 Commemorative Note Set

Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Cabral - Snow, Plate# A22/29, S/N J20120939D

The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the year 2012. The Series 2003 A note has a serial number in the form of "2012xxxxD."

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

4-Specimen Uncut Sheet

Series 2009 $2 Federal Reserve Note, New York, Rios - Geithner

View back.

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing American Founding Fathers 2013 Currency Set

Series 2009 $1 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Rios - Geithner, Plate# E77/76, S/N I20130500A
Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Cabral - Snow, Plate# C22/25, S/N I20130500D

The notes are enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) and it encloses uncirculated Series 2009 $1 and Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Notes featuring a serial number beginning with 2013.

View back of notes.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2013 Double Deuce Set

Series 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Cabral - Snow, Plate# D19/25, S/N J20131723D
Series 2009 $2 Federal Reserve Note, San Franciso, Rios - Geithner, Plate# E9/11, S/N L20131723A

The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the year 2013. The notes have a serial number in the form of "2013xxxx."

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

View back of notes.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 2013 Single Note Commemorative Set

Series 2003 A $1 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Cabral - Snow, Plate# B22/31, S/N I20137313D

The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) to celebrate the year 2013. The Series 2003 A note has a serial number in the form of "2013xxxx."

Printed at the Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, Texas.


Other notes in the collection
Federal Reserve DistrictSeriesS/NPlate#
New York2009B20135381AE6/1
New York2009B20135382AE5/2
New York2009B20135383AE8/3
New York2009B20135314AE5/2
New York2009B20135313AE6/1
New York2009B20135312AE7/4
Minneapolis2003 AI20137244DB21/25
Minneapolis2003 AI20137245DB19/29
Minneapolis2003 AI20137246DB20/27
Minneapolis2003 AI20137313DB22/31
Minneapolis2003 AI20137314DB19/29
Minneapolis2003 AI20137315DB19/31
Kansas City2003 AJ20137625DB19/27
Kansas City2003 AJ20137624DB20/25
Kansas City2003 AJ20137623DB22/29
Kansas City2003 AJ20137692DB22/29
Kansas City2003 AJ20137693DB19/27
Kansas City2003 AJ20137694DB19/29
San Francisco2009L20136523AE11/20
San Francisco2009L20136524AE10/9
San Francisco2009L20136525AE9/11
San Francisco2009L20136456AE11/18
San Francisco2009L20136455AE12/11
San Francisco2009L20136454AE9/9


Bureau of Engraving and Printing Gettysburg 150th Anniversary Currency Set

The Series 2009 $5 Federal Reserve Note in this set features a serial number beginning with 1863 to commemorate the Battle of Gettysburg and President Lincoln's historic Gettysburg Address. The Series 2009 $2 Federal Reserve Note in this set features a serial number beginning with 2013 to commemorate the 150th anniversaries of the Battle of Gettysburg and President Lincoln's Gettyburg Address.