1896 $2 Two-Dollar "Educational Series" Large-Size Silver Certificate

  • Lot number 3513563
  • Total bids 15
  • High bid $313.95
  • Remaining time 01:02:10:18

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"Educational Series" is the informal name used by numismatists to refer to a series of United States silver certificates produced by the U.S. Treasury in 1896, after its Bureau of Engraving and Printing chief Claude M. Johnson ordered a new currency design. The notes depict various allegorical motifs and are considered by some numismatists to be the most beautiful monetary designs ever produced by the United States.

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