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Uncut Sheet of 4 $2 dated 1976 Notes - Signed by Francine Neff and William E. Simon

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Uncut Sheet of 4 $2 dated 1976 Notes - Signed by Francine Neff and William E. Simon
Country: United States
Years: 1976

Uncut sheet of 4 Notes, Same as above, each signed by Treasurer of the United States Francine Neff and one very large signature of Secretary of the Treasury William E. Simon.

William Edward Simon (November 27, 1927 – June 3, 2000) was an American businessman and philanthropist who served as the 63rd United States Secretary of the Treasury. He became the Secretary of the Treasury on May 9, 1974, during the Nixon administration. After Nixon resigned, Simon was reappointed by President Gerald Ford and served until 1977 when President Jimmy Carter took office. Outside of government, he was a successful businessman and philanthropist. The William E. Simon Foundation carries on this legacy. He styled himself as a strong advocate of laissez-faire capitalism. He wrote, "There is only one social system that reflects the sovereignty of the individual: the free-market, or capitalist, system". Read more at

Francine Irving Neff (December 6, 1925 – February 9, 2010) was the 35th Treasurer of the United States, serving from June 21, 1974, to January 19, 1977. She was appointed by Richard Nixon but continued serving as Treasurer through Gerald Ford's term in office after Nixon resigned in August 1974. Read more at

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Condition: Crisp Uncirculated
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