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May 20, 2014
Recent Change in the Production of FRNs
A recent change has occurred in the production process of Federal Reserve notes. Find out more>>.
To increase efficiency, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing has installed new printing equipment, which is capable of using larger format paper to print 50 notes per sheet, rather than 32 notes per sheet using older equipment. The two processes produce notes that look the same, but the way a note is identified on the sheet has changed. Find out more>>.
You can watch our new video to learn more about how this change in the production process affects the $1 note.
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