ADDING - ONES in DECEMBER 2016 - CLOSING OUT THE 2013 SERIES NOTES COULD BE AS SOON AS 2018

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STEVE R

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BEP NEW RUNS - ONE thru HUNDRED DOLLARS NOTES with STARS

The closing out of the 2013 series notes, the first printing were in November of 2013, could be change out within the next two years with the changing of the existing Treasurer of the United States or the Secretary of the Treasury, the year could be as soon as 2018 or 2020 with the printing delay with new series notes. The 2013 notes came in under the presidency of Barack Obama on his second term, the newly elected presidency will have a change of appointing a new Secretary of the Treasury and a Treasurer of the United State. after January 2017 with him being sworn in as the 45 President of the United State of America. Only after the printing on new notes will see if the change made in 2013 will remain or if some changes are made. The first notes were the 2013 $1 dollar currency printed in 50-subject sheet format, but other were printed on 32-subject sheet.

Also during the same time the newly resign Twenty Dollars notes will be printed with Harriet Tubman the first African-American woman printed on the twenty United States currency, which will replace President Andrew Jackson on the twenty dollars notes. This will be the first woman in more than a century that will appear on US currency. The designs should be unveiled by 2020 an go into circulation shortly after the unveiling of the new twenty small size Federal Reserve note.

This will add more new series of notes in the coming years to the PMG an my set with $1 Federal Reserve Note - District Master Set with Stars and Varieties.

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Update Dec. 7, 2016 - For more information on the changes to the Twenty Dollar Federal Reserve Note see DECEMBER 2016 Bank Note Reporter Issue.

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