If you’re looking for a special birthday gift, you might consider these beautiful $2 legal tender notes produced by The Merrick Mint. They have been selected from crisp stacks of Federal Reserve bills and enhanced with stunning birthday-themed imagery. Whether for a friend or family, whoever receives this note will be able to hold and cherish it for the rest of their lives. Now, $2 Happy Birthday Legal Tender Notes are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.
- · Notes ship to you in blue folio and include a Certificate of Authenticity!
- · Brand-new note perfect for birthdays!
- · Proprietary colorized obverse imagery!
- · Issued a face value of $2 (USD) from the United States.
- · The obverse shows Thomas Jefferson with birthday decorations.
- · On the reverse is a recreation of the 1818 Declaration of Independence painting.
All $2 Happy Birthday Notes have been adorned with colorized birthday-themed imagery. This proprietary process by The Merrick Mint uses special dyes to ensure the highest quality enhancements. These notes are genuine legal tender and will arrive inside a folio with a Certificate of Authenticity.
The obverse of Happy Birthday Legal Tender Notes includes a variety of festive birthday designs. You will find a classic cake with candles, golden ribbons, balloons, and the words Happy Birthday. In the middle is the portrait of Thomas Jefferson that regularly appears on the $2 bill.
On the reverse of these Happy Birthday Notes is a version John Trumbull’s Declaration of Independence painting. This painting took around three decades and was eventually completed in 1818. In 1976, a rendition of this masterpiece was created to appear on all two-dollar bills from the Federal Reserve.
Though we don’t know when the first birthday party occurred, these celebrations have been taking place for thousands of years at least. Some suspect ancient Egyptians got the tradition started when Pharaohs were crowned as gods and celebrated their new “birth.” Today, there are a range of different birthday traditions that vary from family to family. One very common element of the birthday celebration is the Happy Birthday song. This popular tune is believed to have originated in 1893 by a Kindergarten teacher and her students. It became familiar to the public in 1931 when it was sung over the radio broadcast the Broadway show Bandwagon. Today, the melody and the lyrics are among the most recognizable of any song ever written.
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