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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 6, February 5, 2006, Article 15

REVAMPED $10 NOTE LAUNCHES MARCH 2, 2006

The following is from a Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Press Release: "Businesses that handle cash and use machines
that receive or dispense cash are encouraged to make final
preparations for the new $10 notes that will go into circulation
on March 2, 2006. Beginning on that day, Federal Reserve banks
will distribute the new $10 notes to their banking customers
for distribution to businesses and the public worldwide.

The redesigned notes are expected to begin circulating
immediately in the United States and will enter circulation
more gradually in other countries as international banks place
orders for $10 notes from the Federal Reserve. The older-design
notes will continue to maintain their full-face value.

The redesigned $10 note incorporates state-of-the-art security
features to combat counterfeiting, including three that are
easy to use by cash handlers and consumers alike: color-shifting
ink; security thread; and, watermark."

For more information and images of the new notes, see: Full Story

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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