New FRN Series - 2006A?
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With the new BHO administration - how long do you think it will take the BEP to switch the series to 2006A? (IE: 2006 $5 FRN has the Bush admin. on the note)

 

 

Just kicking it around to being thinking when to be on the lookout for a new series and the closeout of an old or even what the rules are in terms of time frame.

 

 

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I would think they would be series 2009, since a change in Treasurer usually entails an "A" while a new Treasury Secretary usually means a new series, like the series 2006 when Paulson took over for Snow.

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I would expect Series 2009 since the current rule is to change series with a change in Sec Treas. I would expect to see it first on the ones in about 8 or 9 months. (It takes a while to make the engravings of the new signatures and the new plates and they won't start using them until the current plates wear out.)

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Got it, thanks! I had them flipped (2006A vs. 2009). Either way, more notes to add to the registry eventually. Maybe the the BEP could do the new $100 as a 2009 series - wishful thinking though...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Got it, thanks! I had them flipped (2006A vs. 2009). Either way, more notes to add to the registry eventually. Maybe the the BEP could do the new $100 as a 2009 series - wishful thinking though...

 

 

I was just at the BEP a month ago and they are already working on the $100, the lady said it would be coming out in Aug-Oct time frame!!

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I was just at the BEP a month ago and they are already working on the $100, the lady said it would be coming out in Aug-Oct time frame!!

 

Cool! Any info on what changes will be made, what color it'll be, etc.? I've heard that the bills will employ a strip that has tiny lenses to move the design, and that the bill would likely be red, but nothing else.

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