No. US bills are printed by "series" date regardless of the year when they're actually produced. As of 2015 the most recent series of $2 bills is dated 2013, although they were printed in 2014.
The US didn't print any $2 bills dated 2007. Please check again and post a new question
Thomas Jefferson Simply, Jefferson is on the 2 dollar bill. Its a cool bill isn't it?
No. Thomas Jefferson is on the US $2 bill.
Thomas Jefferson is on the US 2-dollar bill.
Washington is on the US $1 bill; Jefferson is on the US $2 bill
If you are talking of the Us 2 dollar bill, yes it is legal tender. If you are talking of the Australian 2 dollar bill, then no as it is no longer a circulated denomination except in the form of a coin.
$1: George Washington, the first president $2: Thomas Jefferson, the third president $5: Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president
A portrait of Thomas Jefferson, the 3rd President of the United States, appears on the front of the US two dollar bill.
The US didn't exist in 1532.
The value really depends on the condition of the bill.
Please check your bill again. There were no 1926 US bills; the date is most likely 1928.If so, there's more information the at question "What is the value of a 1928 G US 2 dollar bill?".
Check that bill again. There's no such thing as a US series 1986 $2 bill.
C is the highest series letter on a 1953 US $2 bill. The series letter, if any, is next to the date. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1953 US 2 dollar bill" for more information.
The US printed both $2 and $5 bills with red seals in the 1963 series. Please see the questions "What is the value of a 1963 US 2 dollar bill?" and "What is the value of a 1963 US 5 dollar bill?" for more information.
Simply, Jefferson is on the 2 dollar bill. Its a cool bill isnt it?