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BEP to release first 2014 Intaglio print at National Money Show

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) is pleased to introduce its 2014 Intaglio Print Subscription Program, “Defenders of Freedom,” which went on sale Monday, Feb. 3, 2014. The first card, Army, will be released on February 27 in conjunction with the BEP’s participation at the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show in Atlanta, Ga.

5 Fascinating Facts About U.S. Currency

Bills. Dough. Cheddar – whatever you like to call it, currency in the United States has been around since the late 1700s. We work for it. We spend it. Some people save it, while most of us wish to have more of it. But how much do you really know about that green piece of paper in your wallet? Here are some of the most interesting tidbits about American currency ...
Written by Gary Dyner at 00:00

Free verbal appraisals at the Coin Expo in Allentown, Pa.

The Coin Expo will be located at the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum: 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown, Pa. 18102. Call Dorothy Lambrect from more information about the event at 610-967-3719.
Written by American Numismatic Association staff at 00:00

Get a sneak peek of the new $100 bill at the World's Fair of Money

The United States Treasury's Bureau of Engraving and Printing will showcase the new $100 bill at the World's Fair of Money from Aug. 13-17. The bill is set to enter circulation Oct. 8.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

Ulysses S. Grant

This week's Money Museum blog looks at the man whose portrait graces on the $50 bill, Ulysses S. Grant. Learn about his accomplishments, both during his time in the military and in politics.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 03:00

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