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29 Dec 2022

1928 G Series $2 US Note

Paper Money-U.S. | AC coin$

Item shown here was printed to be distributed by the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank.

There is a sort of mystique around the two dollars US bills that one way or the other makes carriers or collectors stop and check them rather than spending them right off.



Perhaps, this happens a little bit more often with the United States Notes issued in 1928 for the $2 denomination. The G Series of this year is quite common for its line but still sought and desired among enthusiasts of paper-money items. Around or little over 50 million were printed for this 1928 G. All of this year's series are quite exchangeble and many have been sold at high prices due to their condition and rarity.


A unique piece of our Nation's monetary history this beautifully preserved US Note is a great jewel in my personal treasure. The note bears the signatures of Snyder/Clark, the Secretary of the Treasury and, US Treasurer at that time.

In my own words.

For further details about this item and others please visit my collections section.

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Comments

user_80121

Level 3

At first glance I would have never noticed that it was a 1928 bank note. That's so cool!

AC coin$

Level 6

Thanks for your comment. They are amazing to have.

Kevin Leab

Level 4

Interesting....I have one of these that my Great Uncle had in a cigar box along with a Morgan dollar and a few French coins he picked up while in France during WW1.

AC coin$

Level 6

Thanks for your story and comment. You might have treasures without knowing. Nice to have things dear to us. They are beyond value.

Mal_ANA_YN

Level 5

Red seals are so cool.

AC coin$

Level 6

Indeed, they have become an attractive item in the last years. Thanks.

Kepi

Level 6

Cool old note! ; )

AC coin$

Level 6

Thank you, Kepi.

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