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2017 $2 Single Note Collection

July 7, 2017

Contact: Chloe' P. Hunter

First Day of Sale:  August 1, 2017 (8:00 a.m., ET) – The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) is pleased to introduce the 2017 $2 Single Note Collection, featuring Series 2013 $2 notes from the New York, Atlanta, and San Francisco Federal Reserve Banks and a Series 2009 note from the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank with non-matching serial numbers beginning with 2017. Each note is protected by a clear, acid-free polymer sleeve in an attractive folder representative of the corresponding Federal Reserve District.

A limit of 25 sets per household is in place during the pre-release period, August 1 – 7, 2017.  The pricing for the 2017 $2 Single Note Collection is $29.95.  Unrestricted set and individual note sales begin August 8, while supplies last.  Individual notes by bank designation are $7.95 per note.  Bulk pricing for quantities of 50 or more by bank designation are $7.50 per note.  This product is limited to 5,000 total sets and is offered during calendar year 2017 only.

For additional information about BEP or to purchase products, please visit bep.gov or follow us on Facebook and Twitter @USMoneyfactory.  BEP products may also be ordered by telephone (1-800-456-3408), by fax (1-888-891-7585), or mail (Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Mail Order Sales, 515M, 14th and C Streets SW, Washington, DC  20228).