The Bureau of Engraving and Printing will showcase its Billion Dollar Exhibit at the American Numismatic Association July 30-Aug. 3 at the World?s Fair of Money in Baltimore.
The exhibit features more than $1 billion of rare U.S. paper currency that includes sheets of $100,000 notes, Treasury bonds and Gold and Silver Certificates.
The BEP will also display an exhibit featuring a Series 1934 9-subject multi-denominational Richmond Face Plate, and a Series 1915 4-subject multi-denominational Richmond Face Plate.
Additionally, the Bureau will have a 19th century Spider Press at the convention. A technical expert on currency production will conduct printing demonstrations on the press and answer questions. There will also be live demonstrations by members of the Bureau?s Office of Engraving and the Mutilated Currency Examination and Redemption staffs.
New BEP products, such as a 2008 $2 Single Note featuring one Series 2003A uncirculated $2 note, will be available for sale at the show
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