Series 2013 $2 Uncut Currency Sheets Released

Series 2013 $2 Uncut Currency Sheet
The BEP is now selling Series 2013 $2 Uncut Currency Sheets

On Monday, Feb. 22, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) started taking orders for uncut currency sheets of Series 2013 $2 notes.

Designated for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, they bear the signatures of Secretary of the Treasury Jacob Lew and Treasurer of the United States Rosie Rios.

These currency sheets join earlier and still available sheets of Series 2009 $2 notes designated for Boston with signatures of Rios and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.

Options and prices for the four sheets of $2s sold by the BEP include:

  • 4 subject sheet (Boston) for $22.50,
  • 8 subject sheet (Boston) for $36.00,
  • 16 subject sheet (Boston) for $61.00, and
  • 32 subject sheet (Dallas) for $102.00.

Each of these products has respective premiums of $14.50, $20, $29 and $38.


Both the older Series 2009 and newer Series 2013 $2 Uncut Currency Sheets are available from the BEP website at

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing also offers 16 and 32 subject acrylic frames to hold, view and hang currency sheets. Their prices are $40 and $60.

About the BEP

The BEP is the largest producer of security documents in the United States. It prints billions of Federal Reserve Notes each year for delivery to the Federal Reserve System. It also produces products for collectors to include intaglio prints, vignettes, and presidential portraits.

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Montana John

Any idea when the BEP will update their webpage ? They’re offering items from 2012 and up .that have been SOLD OUT for years

Seth Riesling

Montana Joe –

The BEP still has some products going back to at least 2009 available for purchase. There is s section in the left-hand side under the heading “Categories” for sold out items as a reference for collectors who missed out on products but still want to research the product information so they can purchase them on the secondary market from paper money dealers. Just FYI.

Happy Collecting!