The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), the government agency responsible for printing US currency, is now offering Series 2006 $1 Uncut Currency Sheets from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank.
Each sheet includes crisp, uncirculated $1 notes of varying quantities that range in price from $15.50 to $55.00.
The notes are "hot off the press are a must-have in any collection and make wonderful gifts for those "hard to buy for" people on your holiday shopping list," the BEP says in promoting the product on its website.
A 32 subject sheet is priced at $55.00, the 16 subject sheet at $33.00, an 8 subject sheet is listed for $21.00 and the 4 subject sheet may be purchased for $15.50.
The line of banknote products may be ordered through the BEP ‘Uncut Currency’ page:
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing also offers 16 and 32 subject acrylic frames to hold and hang uncut sheets. The frame enables viewing of both currency sides.
The BEP made other denominations available earlier, including sheets with $2s, $5s, $10s, $20s and $50s. These are still for sale, ranging in price from $21.00 to $900.00.