The 1899 two-dollar bill. A silver certificate, the fourth issue. Both portrait sides depict two allegorical figures, which personify Mechanics (a male figure) and Agriculture (a female figure). Variants of signatures are Lyons – Roberts. TREASURY OR COIN NOTES (TREASURY BANK TICKETS, BACKED BY A COIN)
In the center, there is a portrait of George Washington, the American statesman, the first popularly elected president of the United States (1789–1797), one of the US founding fathers, the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, a participant in the War of Independence, the creator of the American presidency institute.