Gifts * Collectibles

The Thomas Jefferson Commemorative Legal Tender Coin & Currency Set With Deluxe Display Box$450$


Thomas Jefferson, the primary author of America’s Declaration of Independence, penned a truly revolutionary idea – that all men are created equal – and gave our country a shining foundation for the future. Now, to mark the 275th anniversary of his birth, we proudly present The Thomas Jefferson Commemorative Coin & Currency Set, available in an exclusive presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint. Uniting two U.S. legal tender currency treasures – a rarely seen, specially enhanced $2 Bill and a scarce 1993 Jefferson U.S. Silver Dollar – it is the perfect tribute to the scholar, writer, inventor, architect, statesman and Founding Father who became our third U.S. President. But, be aware, this important presentation is available in an edition limited to only 1,743 sets.Your $2 Bill, proudly boasting artist John Trumbull’s famous depiction of “The Declaration of Independence” on the reverse, also features a spectacular enhancement to the obverse: the classic portrait of Thomas Jefferson is flanked by custom, vividly colored artwork of Jefferson’s historic home, Monticello, and an image of the Jefferson sculpture that graces the Missouri State Capitol. Your 1993 Jefferson U.S. Silver Dollar is a collector’s coup as well. Long sold out at the U.S. Mint, these 90% silver commemorative coins marked the 250th anniversary of Jefferson’s birth and are becoming difficult to find. Displayed safe in its crystal clear tamper-proof holders and museum-quality mahogany-finished Deluxe Display Box, this spectacular set is certain to become a prized heirloom – and it makes an unforgettable patriotic gift. Strong demand is expected, so don’t delay. Order now!

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