Two Dollar Bills

A two-dollar bill is a denomination of U.S. currency that has a face value of two dollars. It features the portrait of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, on the front. The reverse side of the bill typically depicts an image of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Two-dollar bills are relatively uncommon in circulation compared to other denominations, which has led to some misconceptions about their legitimacy. However, they are legal tender and can be used for transactions just like any other U.S. currency. The U.S. Treasury occasionally prints two-dollar bills, but they are not as widely circulated as one-dollar or five-dollar bills.

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