The Bureau of Engraving and Printing and US Mint will be showcasing several interesting items worth more than $1 billion at ANA World’s Fair of Money in Philadelphia from 14th August. Rare old paper currency like sheets of $100,000 currency notes, Treasury bonds, gold and silver certificates etc. will be presented by BEP.
Apart from that, BEP would also be offering the World War I Commemorative $2 Collection for sale. The set comprises of Series 2013 $2 notes from the Federal Reserve Banks of New York and Atlanta with serial numbers that match. The series will start with 2018 issues and each note would be paired with a commemorative intaglio print of the back of the Series 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank note, which depicts the battleship "New York".
The $2 Lucky Panda set stands for peace, harmony, and friendship. It is the part of Lucky Money Collection that contains an Uncirculated $2 Federal Reserve note with a serial number beginning with “888”. All of this comes in a red folder with embossed, gold foil with decorative Chinese symbolism.
World War I 100th Anniversary commemorative collection named “Victory” would be the final release in the 2018 Intaglio Print Subscription Program. The Program comprises three cards: Entry, Homefront, and Victory. Inspiring designs on Liberty Loans and Victory bonds, engraved American iconography, and currency issued during the War are highlighted through this series.
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