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    Tim Prusmack Money Art 2001 Deuce with Robert E. Lee Portrait. PCGS Superb Gem New 69PPQ.
    The ANA summer convention was held in Atlanta in 2001. Appropriately, money artist Tim Prusmack issued another note in his series to commemorate numismatic conventions. He used the format of the Series 1886 $2 Silver Certificate with the portrait of General Winfield Scott Hancock as his basis. General Hancock was replaced with a color portrait of General Robert E. Lee and to commemorate the city of Atlanta, Prusmack painted a rendition of the carving on Stone Mountain that contains equestrian portraits of Generals Lee and Stonewall Jackson plus President Jefferson Davis. Printed signatures on the note are of "R.E. Lee" and Tim Prusmack. This example is number 177 of 250.


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    September, 2012
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