24K Gold Leaf $2 Two Dollar Bill Federal Reserve Note World Monetary ExchangeUNCIRCULATED NOTES ! ! !
Authentic Uncirculated United States of America Two Dollar Note.
This is a 2003A series 24K Gold Gilded from the World Reserve Monetary Exchange.
It will be displayed into the Presidential Portfolio
Very Scarce ,comes in Protective Leather Case with Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
The U.S. $2 bill is a scarcely seen piece of currency.
Many people have never even seen one and that is why the World Reserve Monetary Exchange is offering these $2 bills overlaid in genuine Gold Leaf 24 karat gold!
Stunning vignette of Thomas Jefferson overlaid in 24K gold leaf.
The four "2's" in each corner of the bill are overlaid in impressive 24K Gold.
"THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-TWO DOLLARS" and the dotted border of the bill are also all overlaid in 24K gold!
The back of the bill features the famous painting of the "Declaration of Independence."
One $2 Federal Reserve Note printed with ink on paper, then selectively layered with 22K gold.
• The $2 bill is America’s first and only commemorative bank note design.
• It was originally issued as part of the 1976 bicentennial celebration for the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.
• It has been continuously issued since the series of 1976, but no particular series date is promised.
• The bill is in Crisp Uncirculated condition.
• To add to its beauty and historic appeal, this $2 bill features 22K gold highlights.
• The $2 bill is a genuine legal tender note issued by the U.S. government.
• The gold is privately applied, as the U.S. government does not have the capacity to create enhanced notes like this.
• The gold is 22K gold foil.
• $2 bills are printed in very limited quantities and are rarely seen in circulation. Most are acquired by collectors, but just a tiny fraction of all $2 bills have been set aside for this special 22K gold plated edition.
• The front features the portrait of Thomas Jefferson, who wrote the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and served as America’s third President from 1801-1809.
• The back depicts the painting “The Signing of the Declaration of Independence” by John Trumbull.
• Among those shown in the painting are John Hancock, whose signature is the first on the Declaration of Independence. The group of men standing at the desk includes John Adams (second President), Thomas Jefferson (third President), and Benjamin Franklin, all of whom signed the original document in 1776.
• The note is displayed in a custom holder that preserves its condition and allows it to be safely shown to family and friends.