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|First issued in 1862, the 1928 Two Dollar note went through a lot of changes through its production. This United States note was issued as a Coin Note, a Bank Note, and a Silver Certificate. Portraying Thomas Jefferson on the obverse and his home on the reverse, this United States note is made of 75 percent cotton and 25 percent linen. And the two dollar bill’s seal and the serial number are printed in red color on the obverse side. Discontinued in 1966, the 1928 Two Dollar note was reissued ten years later. Still in print, but uncommon in use, these dollar bills have also led to an urban legend.|
|Category||Small Size Currency|
|Issuer Type||United States Notes|
|Face Description||Thomas Jefferson at center.|
|Back Description||monticello at center.|
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