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The Declaration of Independence from the US Mint

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The Declaration of Independence (2C9)


We take great pride in offering this exquisite and most cherished document of the American people. It serves as a tangible reminder of our Nation's foundation and the freedom we possess. Produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the engraving is a replica of the original Declaration of Independence document currently displayed at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, D.C. This replica is 26" by 31" in size and produced by the Intaglio process.

Accompanying this beautiful masterpiece is an attractive full color illustrated booklet presenting the story of this historic document. This handsome piece also includes a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Director of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Thomas A. Ferguson.



Price: $200.00 Qty.



I just saw National Treasure with Nicolas Cage and copies were but $35 each plus tax.


So, the question is: Does the intaglio printing justify the $200 price tag. Has anyone actually purchased a copy? How does it look. Is it cheap paper or quality parchment?


p.s. Notice how the uncut currency sheets are no longer available. I have the 32 $2 bill uncut sheet. Will it ever appreciate? Have any of the twelve, low-serial numbered $2 bill sheet offered late last year by the BEP hit the secondary market, yet? What are the price ranges?


Thanks for any feedback!

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