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When you’re pulling out a few bills or loose change to pay for something, it just happens. There’s little if any consideration to how the US monetary system came to be or how it works. It just happens. Numismatists will typically have a better grasp of information, but it’s easier to get caught into the […]

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Videos, like the History Channel provides, are excellent resources and free. The one described in this article shows how paper currency is madeWe’ve said it before … "The emergence of Internet on-demand videos has not only provided the excitement of action-packed movies that can be viewed straight from your computer, but the availability of interesting, educational and free video content."

However, just like it’s nearly impossible to find good videos on minting coins, it’s difficult to track down and find good videos on making and printing currency.

There’s naturally a security component of having to hide facets of producing money and perhaps that’s one reason so few videos are available. Fortunately, there are at least two videos worth recommending that cover the creation and design of currency.

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The emergence of Internet on-demand videos has not only provided the excitement of action-packed movies that can be viewed straight from your computer, but the availability of interesting, educational and free video content. While coinage related video content is somewhat scarce in the numismatic world, there are indeed a few gems out there. The History […]

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