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Two Dollars 1928

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Banknote vignette with a family in a garden

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

Banknote motif: small circular ornament containing floral lathe work

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote vignette showing a zebra

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

Banknote vignette showing two men working in a mine

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

Banknote vignette with the main street of a town

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

Banknote vignette with female figure representing America

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

Banknote motif: band of lace-like lathe work ornament

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote motif: band of lathe work ornament

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote motif: oval of lathe work ornament with a wavy edge

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote motif: rounded ornamental lathe work design witha wavy edge

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote vignette with a blacksmith and forge

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

Banknote vignette showing three men on a scaffold laying a brick wall

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

Arched framing element for banknote, with acanthus and vine leaves, lily and grapes

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)

Banknote motifs: six small lathe work designs for corners, frames and numbers

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote motifs: two bands of lathe work ornament

Associated with Cyrus Durand (American, 1787–1868)

Banknote motifs: the number 5 and a building topped with a cupola

Attributed to Asher Brown Durand (American, Jefferson, New Jersey 1796–1886 Maplewood, New Jersey)