My friend showed me her $2 bill with a red seal and asked me what the red seal meant. (I don't know.)
It's a 1953 C. The letter "F" appears twice on the front.
I notice that the "legal tender" statement is a little different than I see on other bills. It reads:
"This note is legal tender at its face value for all debts public and private."
Can you tell me the significance of a red seal?