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U.S. Currency 
In this section you will find information about small and large denominations of United States currency, including historic bills and the BEP's most recent designs.
New Money

In order to stay ahead of counterfeiting, the U.S. Government continues to redesign our paper money. The redesigned $100 note entered circulation on October 8, 2013. Redesigned $5, $10, $20 and $50 bills are already in circulation.

 

Go to Newmoney.gov

Damaged Money
Damaged Currency
Find out how to redeem damaged money, and see definitions and examples of damaged money. more >

Currency Notes

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Learn about various types of currency notes. Download the Currency Notes PDF
Money By Denomination
$1 Federal Reserve Note - face
Find information on small denominations from $1 to $100  more>
$500 Federal Reserve Note
Find information on large denominations from $500 to $100,000.  more>
Production
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Learn how United States currency is produced  more>

 

Access annual and monthly production figures for United States currency.