For those seeking a unique gift to give to those born in 2022, celebrate the Year of the Tiger with enhanced legal tender notes courtesy of Merrick Mint. The design on these particular notes features enhanced visual graphics on the obverse of $2 Federal Reserve Notes. Right now, 2022 $2 Year of the Tiger White Tiger Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in bi-fold folios!
- Impressive, colorized visuals of the white tiger!
- Honors the Year of the Tiger!
- Bears a face value of $2 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- On the obverse are white tigers lounging against a field of red colorization.
- The reverse field features the Declaration of Independence portrait from John Trumbull.
- Real legal tender Federal Reserve Notes!
Each 2022 $2 Year of the Tiger White Tiger Legal Tender Note available here comes in a bi-fold folio to display the note. These $2 notes are real Federal Reserve Notes from the United States. Each one was picked from packs of crisp, clean, uncirculated $2 notes. The notes have been enhanced with colorized graphics on the obverse that obscure the traditional portrait of President Thomas Jefferson.
The $2 Federal Reserve Note was first issued in 1976. The $2 note had long been a denomination in the United States Note Series from 1862 to 1966. After that series was canceled, the Federal Reserve Note, introduced in 1914, got its first $2 denomination note in 1976. Today, it has the second-oldest design combination of any American note behind only the $1 Federal Reserve Note.
On the obverse of 2022 $2 White Tiger Legal Tender Notes is a depiction of three white tigers. These white tigers are lying down throughout the design field with a red background field. The design element is framed by golden trim. White tigers are Bengal tigers who lack the pigment that creates the orange coat, resulting in a tiger with a white coat that has black stripes.
The reverse field of 2022 Year of the Tiger White Tiger Legal Tender Notes comes with the original design. When the Federal Reserve introduced the new $2 note in 1976, John Trumbull’s 1818 depiction of the signing of the Declaration of Independence was chosen as the reverse design on the $2 note.
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