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The population of serial block numbers now is included in the PCGS Currency Population Report, an authoritative listing by grade of more than 250,000 notes authenticated and certified by PCGS Currency (www.PCGScurrency.com) […]

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The Federal Reserve on Friday, October 1, said the new $100 bill which features a fresh design and a range of enhanced security features will not rollout next February as planned. A production issue has surfaced. The notes were scheduled to launch into circulation on February 10, 2011. The $100 is the highest denominated U.S. […]

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23.49 million more bills were produced in August as compared to July, the latest round of U.S. currency production figures from the U.S. government reveal. The increase breaks a streak of two monthly declines. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), the agency responsible for printing American money, released their August numbers on Friday, September […]

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The U.S. government printed nearly 100 million fewer bills in July than in June, marking a second straight monthly production decline and the lowest level of the year, according to figures from the agency responsible for manufacturing U.S. currency. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) released the final July numbers on Friday. The data […]

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Wednesday, the U.S. government released the first in a series of educational videos, amplifying public education efforts for the new $100 note, which will begin circulating on February 10, 2011. The public education program kicked off in April with the unveiling of the new design for the $100 note and the launch of a new […]

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The U.S. government printed fewer bills in June than in May, making the month the third busiest in 2010, according to figures from the agency responsible for manufacturing U.S. currency. The value of the banknotes produced in June reached the second highest monthly level this year, right behind May. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing […]

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Rare U.S. and World notes make strong showing at International Paper Money Show Dallas, TX — Heritage Auction Galleries’ Currency Signature® Auction held in Memphis, TN, June 17-19, in conjunction with the Memphis International Paper Money Show, showed continued strength in the rare currency market, successfully realizing $5.1 million. The highest price realized in the […]

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The U.S. government printed more money in May than in April, making it the second highest production month of 2010 behind leading March, according to figures from the agency responsible for manufacturing U.S. currency. The value of the banknotes produced in May, however, was the most of any month this year. The Bureau of Engraving […]

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In conjunction with the Memphis International Paper Money Show, June 17-21 DALLAS, TX — The Official Currency Auction of the 2010 Memphis International Paper Money Show in Memphis will be conducted by Heritage Auctions June 17-21. The auction will include three floor sessions and an online session. Lot viewing will be conducted at the Cook […]

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BEP Production FiguresThe U.S. government printed less money in April than in March, but more than any other month in 2010, according to the agency responsible for manufacturing U.S. currency. The value of the notes produced in April was also the second highest month this year.

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) on Thursday released the latest production figures for April which show it made $1s, $5s, $20s and $100s — the same denominations as in March and February. $10s and $50s have not been printed since since June 2009.

Combined, the BEP produced 519,136,000 banknotes that had a total value of $21,735,680,000. By comparison, March figures were 605.952 million notes for over $22.138 billion. February figures came in at 504.476 million notes for just over $14.098 billion, while January registered 487 million notes worth slightly more than $14.1 billion.

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