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$2 Grand Canyon National Park 100th Anniversary Legal Tender Notes

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The Merrick Mint has a reputation for creating some of the most beautiful, collectible legal tender notes. Using modern $1 and $2 Federal Reserve Notes, Merrick Mint employs a proprietary process to enhance the visuals on these bills with colorized designs that bring new life to the notes. Now, $2 Grand Canyon National Park 100th Anniversary Legal Tender Notes are available to you for purchase online from Silver.com.

Note Highlights:

  • Notes ship to you inside bi-fold display books with a Certificate of Authenticity included!
  • Celebrates the 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park!
  • Enhanced colorized visuals on the obverse!
  • Actual legal tender Federal Reserve Notes!
  • Issued a face value of $2 (USD) by the United States.
  • The obverse features images from Grand Canyon National Park.
  • On the reverse is the standard $2 bill design.

In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson signed the Grand Canyon National Park Act into law, establishing the site as protected federal land under the jurisdiction of the newly formed National Park Service. However, the effort to protect and preserve the Grand Canyon dates all the way back to 1882.

Then-Senator Benjamin Harrison, the future 23rd President of the United States, introduced legislation in 1883 and 1886 in an attempt to establish a protected site at the Grand Canyon. He later established the Grand Canyon Forest Reserve in 1893. President Theodore Roosevelt used a presidential proclamation in 1906 to create the Grand Canyon Game Preserve, and later formed the Grand Canyon National Monument in 1908. It took two more Congressional defeats in 1910 and 1911 before Grand Canyon National Park could be formally established in 1919.

The obverse of these $2 Grand Canyon National Park 100th Anniversary Legal Tender Notes features an enhanced, colorized field with images from the park. In total, there are three separate sites within the park captured in the combined photographic images on this side. The most famous is probably Horseshoe Bend, the site featured on the left of the bill.

On the reverse of Grand Canyon National Park 100th Anniversary Legal Tender Notes is the standard design for the $2 bill. Adopted in 1976 when the $2 Federal Reserve Note was introduced, this design shows the Committee of Five introducing the Declaration of Independence to the Continental Congress in 1776.

These $2 Grand Canyon National Park 100th Anniversary Legal Tender Notes arrive in a bi-fold booklet with the note on one side and a Certificate of Authenticity on the other. These notes are real, legal tender Federal Reserve Notes that are in clean, crisp, uncirculated condition. The enhanced visuals have been applied by the Merrick Mint.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: The Merrick Mint

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Manufacturer:  The Merrick Mint

Condition:  Uncirculated

Face Value:  $2

Issuing Country:  United States

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Presentation Packaging

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