1928 $2 Two Dollars Legal Tender Note Red Seal, F/VF Condition
The 1928 $2 Legal Tender Note is a type of United States paper currency that was issued in the early 20th century. This is the first small-size $2 bill in the United States. This significant change in the format of U.S. currency from larger-sized notes to the smaller, more modern dimensions was part of a broader effort to modernize and standardize American money during the early 20th century.
These notes featured the iconic red seal and serial numbers. The obverse of the note features a portrait of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States. The reverse featured the image of Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home in Virginia. Monticello is a neoclassical plantation house located near Charlottesville, Virginia, and it was the primary residence of Thomas Jefferson - the principal author of the Declaration of Independence.
The actual note may have different serial numbers, series's suffixes may vary. This listing is for one randomly selected 1928 Legal Tender Note $2 Two Dollars Bill in Circulated Condition (Might varies from F to VF). The $2 1928 legal tender note that you acquired from us may have some wear, folded, stains and slight discoloration, but still retain much of their original beauty and historical significance. Please see the picture for reference.
Adding a 1928 $2 Legal Tender Note Red Seal with a serial number to a collection, even in fine-very fine condition, can be a great starting point for beginner collectors. Take advantage of this chance to acquire American heritage.
Grade: Fine/Very Fine
Type: Legal Tender Note/ United States Note
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