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Bicentennial 1976 Colorized $2 Bill First Day Issue Stamp & Postmark

This uncirculated 1976 First Day Issue Stamp & Postmarked April 13, 1976 $2 Bill is genuine Legal Tender of the United States which features a Genuine 13-Cents Stamp & Postmark from April 13th, 1976...which happens to be the very first day of release of the 1976 $2 Bill.

In addition, each bill has been color enhanced by the Merrick Mint using a specialized advanced technology creating a collectible work of art on both sides. The vivid color enhancements to the portrait of Thomas Jefferson (obverse) and the Signing of the Declaration of Independence by John Trumbull (reverse) bring the billís original artwork to life.

This bill is in Fresh, Crisp, Uncirculated condition and comes displayed in a clear acrylic holder which is viewable on both sides and a certificate of authenticity.

It is the only U.S. Currency note that features two Presidents, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, and it is one of the most rarely seen BILLS in circulation and actual use. There are various stamps/postmarks, which will all be sent randomly.

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Bicentennial 1976 Colorized $2 Bill First Day Issue Stamp & Postmark