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It’s easy to spot someone with hexadactylism: he or she has six fingers on one hand or six toes on one foot. That’s like Count Rugen from the Princess Bride. – BRI Trina ... See MoreSee Less

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10 Random Trivia Facts about $2 Bills

Quick facts about the least-popular denomination of U.S. currency.

  • First authorized in 1862, $2 bills were printed until 1966, at which point they were discontinued…but only for 10 years. They were reintroduced in 1976 as part of the Bicentennial celebration.
  • Many collectors had their Bicentennial bills postmarked on the day of issue (April 13, 1976), hoping to turn them into valuable collectibles. There are now so many of the postmarked bills that they may never be worth more than $2.
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