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1995 $2 Federal Reserve Note // Autographed by U.S. Treasurer Mary Ellen Withrow // PMG Certified Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ
Mary Ellen Withrow was appointed the 40th Treasurer of the United States by President Bill Clinton on November 10th,1993. She officially served in that role from March 1st, 1994 until the end of Clinton's term on January 20th, 2001. During her tenure, Withrow oversaw an aggressive program to redesign all circulating Federal Reserve Notes from $5 to $100 denominations, which had been printed since the 1930's with relatively little modification. The new notes introduced advanced security features and anti-counterfeiting measures, as well as provided a much-needed facelift to United States currency through the adoption of modernized portraits and motifs.
Offered here is an exceptional 1995 series $2 Federal Reserve Note bearing an original, handwritten autograph of Treasurer Withrow above her printed signature. Each note is certified by the Paper Money Guarantee corporation to be in Gem Uncirculated-66 (out of 70) condition with the exceptional paper quality (EPQ) designation. Your autographed note will be sealed in a PMG certification holder and housed within a protective black velvet drawstring storage pouch. Serial and certification numbers will vary, but your specimen will match the exceptional quality of the note shown in the photos.
5"L x 4"W x 1"H
- OriginUnited States
— Type: Federal Reserve Note
— Size: Small
— Denomination: $2
— Signature: Withrow-Rubin
— Friedberg Number: FR1936-F
— Sealed In A PMG Certification Holder
— Presented In A Luxurious Black Velvet Drawstring Bag
Please Note: The item(s) you receive will match the quality of the one shown, but may vary slightly due to the nature of original historical artifacts.
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