1963 $2 Two Dollars Bill Legal Tender Note Red Seal, Uncirculated Condition
The $2 series of 1963 legal tender notes in uncirculated condition is a must-have for any numismatist or collector of U.S. paper money. These notes feature a beautiful design with the portrait of Thomas Jefferson on the front. The back of the note features Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello, engraved by Joachim C. Benzing. The series of 1963 marked a major change in the appearance of U.S. currency, with improved security features and a more modern look.
The $2 1963 legal tender note that you acquired from us based on its condition sold as uncirculated condition. These notes are in their original, crisp and pristine condition, making them highly sought after by collectors.
The actual note may have different serial numbers, series's suffixes may vary. Don't miss out on the opportunity to add these stunning pieces of U.S. history to your collection. Get your hands on a series of 1963 $2 legal tender note in uncirculated condition today!
Type: Legal Tender Note/ United States Note
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