The 2008 Philadelphia $2 Single collector note will be released Monday, October 20 at 9 A.M. EDT, a Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) e-mail sent Thursday reminded customers. These are the same notes that were delayed in June due to BEP system maintenance.
The banknotes are priced at $7.85 each, with a limit of "25 units" per household.
Collectors will want to mark their calendar and be on their toes for the sprint to place orders, as each of the previous $2 notes were sold out within hours.
The Philadelphia collector’s $2 single note features:
- Crisp, uncirculated Series 2003A
- Serial number beginning with “2008xxxxD”
- Designation from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
In addition to the above specifications, each is:
- Limited in quantity to 10,000
- Protected by a clear, acid-free polymer sleeve
- Housed within a 2008 commemorative folder
The product information and order page for the note follows:
The BEP also reminded customers that orders above the 25 unit limit may result in the rejection of the entire order.