$2 1976 with 13c Stamp First Day Issue (Crisp Unc.GEM!)

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Unique Collectors item: $2 1976 Federal Reserve Note with a 13 Cent US Stamp, "Stamped at the first day of issue". 

On April 13, 1976, for America’s Bicentennial, new $2 Federal Reserve notes were introduced with backs featuring the famous painting The Signing of the Declaration of Independence. A limited number of the notes bear 13¢ stamps hand-canceled on April 13, 1976 to denote the first day of issue for the new $2 bills! 

  • April 13 honors the original colonies and Thomas Jefferson's birthday (Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence)

  • Condition: The notes are in beautiful crisp Uncirculated condition, white and crisp.

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