The first uncut sheets of Series 2017 $1 Federal Reserve notes will
go on sale at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing at 8 a.m. on Jan.
30. The $1 sheets are the first ones offered by the BEP with the
facsimile signatures of Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin and
Treasurer Jovita Carranza. The $1 note is also the only currency
denomination now being printed on the 50-subject presses.
Longtime authenticator explains how
counterfeiters up their game in their efforts to rip off the marketplace.
Also inside this issue, we provide a solution to examining those
tiny dimes in your collection.
The notes being offered are regular issues from the Atlanta
district, as indicated by the district letter F. According to the
latest BEP production reports, these and the star notes for Atlanta
are the only Series 2017 notes printed so far.
The BEP offers five options: A massive 50-subject sheet is priced at
$86, 25-subject sheets cost $50.50, 20-subject sheets are priced at
$43, 10-subject sheets cost $27, and five-subject sheets are available
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