When the Mint issued the new $2 bills in 1976, I had several notes
postmarked on the day of issue, April 13th 1976. Can someone give me an
idea of what these bills might be worth?
Cheers and all,
> When the Mint issued the new $2 bills in 1976, I had several notes
> postmarked on the day of issue, April 13th 1976. Can someone give me
> an idea of what these bills might be worth?
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> >Unfortunately, you and probably about half
> >the country had the $2 bill postmarked on the day of issue
> I'm just curious... what prompted so many people to get their $2 bills
> postmarked on the day of issue? I mean, it's not as if people did that
> when the series 1996 redesigned bills came out.
Mighty fine question. One I've often wondered. Though I've run across hundreds
(or thousands!) of these things, I've yet to meet anyone who actually had it
done. It's as if somebody who worked in the USPS, had a million co-workers that
had nothing to do one day in April 1976......
I wonder if the original poster was actually one that did or just fudged a
*little* in their set up of the question.....????
7. US $2 Bill