Two Dollars 1776 - 3D print model

Two Dollars 1776 - 3D print model 3D print model

Two dollars declaration of independence 1776 United States, 2 Dollars, 1776

By the time they broke with England, the thirteen American colonies had been issuing paper currency for nearly a century. Both they and the loose central government they set up under the Articles of Confederation to oversee matters of common concern would continue to do so throughout the War of Independence. The national paper went by the name of Continental Currency. As its name suggests, it was issued by the Continental Congress. The paper on which it was printed was of very high quality but was also very soft. Because the notes were often folded horizontally, they often developed top-to-bottom breaks at midpoint. Left to themselves, the two halves would eventually part company. Whether anyone would take just half a note in payment was unclear. That uncertainty led people to adopt all kinds of stratagems to keep notes intact or repair those that had torn apart. But there was more to it than that. To many, this new money symbolized a new nation-it had to be repaired, kept afloat. Because if it were not, what would that say about the aspiring nation that had issued it? Various methods were devised to do the job. In the case of this two-dollar bill, someone expert with a needle and thread-perhaps a housewife, or a sailor-carefully sewed the two halves back together. That effort has now survived for more than two centuries.Continental currency was printed by Benjamin Franklin's successors, Hall & Sellers. Franklin also suggested inspiring vignettes and mottoes for the notes. The face of the two-dollar bill bears an image of grain being flailed (separated from the chaff), with the motto, TRIBULATIO DITAT (Troubles make us stronger).

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Down loaded OBJ and STl file into Vetric Aspire for CNC wood carving. Trimmed out part of $2 bill not needed and removed text. Carved with 1/16 tapered ball nose in a 11 inch wide cutting. Carving came out very good with very nice detail- was very pleased with model. Recommend this model
Two Dollars 1776 - 3D print model
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Two Dollars 1776 - 3D print model
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  • OBJ 1.1 (.obj, .mtl)104 MB
  • Zbrush 1.1 (.ztl, .zbp)20.9 MBVersion: 1.1Renderer: Default 1.1
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  • Publish date2020-04-07
  • Model ID#2356837
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