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The $2 Millennium Star Note #I20007988 *

The purchase of this stamp/s will earn you 200 points valued at $4.00.

This is a photo of the actual note and you will receive.







To celebrate the new Millennium, the US Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing presented a unique series 1995 $2 star notes that begin with serial number 2000.

The US Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Forth Worth, Texas, produced 153.6 million Series 1995 $2 notes for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta during fiscal years 1996 and 1997. These notes were printed for general circulation. At the time, there were no Series 1995 $2 notes produced for the other 11 Federal Reserve Banks. This Millennium Note is unique because no more than 9,999 Series $2 Star notes exist for any Federal Reserve Bank, except Atlanta. This limited-edition is professionally bound in a beautiful presentation folder. This is the last one I have so ACT now before it's gone.




This Millennium Note is unique because no more than 9,999 Series $2 Star notes exist for any Federal Reserve Bank, except Atlanta. All Millennium $2* sets and individual notes were sold out in early August 2000.

The two-dollar note was first issued by the Federal Government in 1862 and featured a portrait of the first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. The $2 Federal Reserve Note features an engraving of John Trumbull's painting "The Signing of the Declaration of Independence." The original Trumbull painting portrayed 47 people, 42 of whom were signers of the Declaration (there were 56 total). However, because of a limited amount of space on the note, 5 of 47 men in the painting were not included in the engraving.




The next time something like this can be done will be in the year 3000, with a $3.00 bill.
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