Today, Oct, 1, at noon ET, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) released uncut currency sheets in denominations of $1, $2, $10, $20, $50 and $100.
The BEP’s primary responsibility is to produce Federal Reserve notes for circulation. Additionally, the bureau offers products for collectors, including engraved prints, sheets of uncut currency, and "lucky money" notes featuring unique serial numbers. However, several years have passed since any of these products were last released, with the initial delays attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Printed on presses that use large currency paper, the notes are available in varying denominations, sheet sizes, and prices, including:
- $1: 50-Note Sheet for $86
- $100: Four-Note Sheet for $480.00
- $50: 16-Note Sheet for $920.00
- $20: 16-Note Sheet for $409.00
- $100: 16-Note Sheet for $1,800.00
- $2: Four-Note Sheet for $22.50
- $20: Eight-Note Sheet for $212.00
- $10: Eight-Note Sheet for $127.00
- $10: Four-Note Sheet for $69.00
- $50: Eight-Note Sheet for $480.00
- $2: Eight-Note Sheet for $36.00
- $1: 20-Note Sheet for $43.00
- $2: 16-Note Sheet for $61.00
- $1: 10-Note Sheet for $27.00
- $50: 4-Note Sheet for $250.00
- $10: 16-Note Sheet for $249.00
BEP products are sold through the U.S. Mint’s online store. To place an order or for more information about the latest BEP money products, visit the Mint’s page for Uncut Currency.
About the BEP
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s main mission is to develop and produce United States banknotes. The agency prints billions of Federal Reserve Notes each year for delivery to the Federal Reserve System. These notes are produced at facilities in Washington, DC, and Fort Worth, TX.