Placed on sale today by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing is a collection of $2 notes from four different Federal Reserve Banks.
Each $2 bill features a serial number beginning with "2013." Dubbed the 2013 $2 Single Note Collection, the BEP is limiting sales to 4,000 complete sets with a price of $31.80 for one set.
The collection of four banknotes includes:
- a Series 2003A $2 note from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City,
- a Series 2003A $2 note from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis,
- a Series 2009 $2 note from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and
- a Series 2009 $2 note from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
There is a per household limit in place of 10 sets until July 4, 2013. That limit expires after the 4th, if any remain unsold.
"Guarantee receipt of all four notes in the 2013 $2 Single Note Collection by purchasing during the pre-release period, June 27 – July 4, 2013," the BEP promotes. "Each complete set features non-matching serial numbers."
Money collectors on July 5 will have the added option of ordering single $2 notes by bank designation for $7.95. Even if all 4,000 sets are gone, the BEP has an additional 1,000 notes it will offer with the New York and San Francisco Bank designations.
Each $2 bill is in a clear, acid-free polymer sleeve that is held within a commemorative folder representing the corresponding Federal Reserve District of Kansas City, Minneapolis, New York and San Francisco.
Money collectors can order the 2013 $2 Single Note Collection at www.moneyfactorystore.gov.
Bulk pricing is available at $7.50 per banknote for quantities of 50 individual notes, or 10 or more complete sets after the first day of release, which is July 5.
About the Bureau of Engraving and Printing
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is the largest producer of security documents in the United States. The bureau prints billions of Federal Reserve Notes for delivery to the Federal Reserve System each year. These notes are produced at facilities in Washington, DC, and Fort Worth, Texas.