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New $10 bill to be released in 2005

Source: Media Center,

28 September 2004

The United States government is issuing currency with new designs and security features beginning with the $20 note, which was issued on October 9, 2003. The series continues with the $50 note, which was issued on September 28, 2004. The next denomination to be introduced in the series will be the $10 note, expected in the spring of 2005.

The $100 note is also slated to be redesigned, but a timetable for its introduction is not yet set. The government has no plans to redesign the $5 note at this time, and the $1 and $2 notes will not be redesigned.

For the complete press release, please visit the website of the U.S Bureau of Engaving and Printing.

The Note Teller 2 on sale today recognizes the latest $50 and is capable of reading all of the bills that are in circulation. An older Note Teller 2 may be upgraded now for the $50 and if an upgrade is require for the 2005 $10, it can be upgraded again once the new bill is available.

Please visit the Note Teller 2 upgrade page for the latest information.

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