If you’re looking for a fun new way to celebrate those born in the Year of the Tiger, the Merrick Mint has your option. $2 Federal Reserve Notes enhanced with colorized graphics honoring the beautiful tiger are available as an ideal gift for that person in your life born under the sign of the tiger. Today, 2022 $2 Year of the Tiger Polychrome Tigers Legal Tender Notes are available to you online at Silver.com with 88 serial numbers.
- Available to ship to you in bi-fold folios!
- Commemorates the Year of the Tiger in 2022!
- Features enhanced graphics on the obverse field!
- The face value of $2 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
- On the obverse is President Thomas Jefferson with polychrome tigers prowling the background.
- The reverse features the image of the Declaration of Independence signing ceremony.
- Real legal tender Federal Reserve Notes!
The Merrick Mint specializes in the production of legal tender notes that make great gifts. The mint uses packs of uncirculated, crisp, clean legal tender notes from the Federal Reserve Series as a medium for enhanced art. Though these $2 bills are legitimate United States legal tender, the value with the applied graphics is greater as a collectible piece than the $2 face value assigned by the nation.
All of the 2022 $2 Year of the Tiger Polychrome Tigers Legal Tender Notes available here come with individual bi-fold folios. The notes are enhanced with the application of detailed, colorized graphics on the obverse field to celebrate the Year of the Tiger. Further, each one of these notes happens to have 88 in the serial number. The number 8 is the luckiest number in Chinese culture.
On the obverse of 2022 Year of the Tiger Polychrome Tigers Legal Tender Notes is the 1928 portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. This portrait features at the center and is set against a red backdrop. Throughout the background field, polychrome tigers in side-profile relief prowl the field of the note.
The reverse side of 2022 $2 Polychrome Tigers Legal Tender Notes features a portrait created in 1818 by John Trumbull. This scene captures the gathering of the Founding Fathers to debate and adopt the Declaration of Independence.
$2 Federal Reserve Notes boast the second-oldest design combination on any American note behind only the $1 bill. President Jefferson’s bust as shown here debuted in 1928 on the $2 United States Note. John Trumbull’s painting debuted in 1976 on the first-ever $2 Federal Reserve Note.
Please contact Silver.com with any questions. You can call us at 888-989-7223, chat with us live online, or email us directly.