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The issuance of series-1996 $100 Federal Reserve notes: goals, strategy, and likely results.
In March 1996, the Federal Reserve began issuing series-1996 $100 Federal Reserve notes. Culminating a cooperative effort by the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Federal Reserve System that dated from the 1980s, the series-1996 note was the first major design change in U.S. currency in sixty-six years. The new note was developed to provide better protection for users of U.S. currency against the growing threat of counterfeiting, especially that posed by increasingly affordable and capable color scanning and printing systems. This article discusses the Federal Reserve's strategy for ...
The Federal Reserve's role in the payments mechanism and it's communication patterns
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Statement to Congress, October 1, 1997, (new design $50 notes)