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mikelaw
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GregAlex
That $1000 US Note is a beauty!
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mikelaw
Thanks. Here’s a few of my favorites. Have all except the Philly SO card
Mike
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GregAlex
Hardly anyone has that Philly card -- it's pretty rare. That's one reason we are creating the image gallery on the SCCS website, so people have a chance to see what those scarce cards look like.
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mikelaw
Philly card is $200 on some websites. Here’s another interesting one.

Mike
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GregAlex
It would be fun to put together a thread showing all the the Nationals depicted on souvenir cards. Here's another one...

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mikelaw
Nice. West Chester, Pa note from Cherry Hill, Nj show...very cool. It would be fun.. let’s try. Lot of NBN cards out there. The search begins...
Mike
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mikelaw
A few more BEP NBN cards. Wish they were mine. Share yours.
Mike
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mikelaw
A few recent pickups from Ken Barr. Very reasonable prices. Can’t wait to see the 2018 Philly ANA show card.
Mike
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oklahomadanny
GregAlex wrote:
Hardly anyone has that Philly card -- it's pretty rare. That's one reason we are creating the image gallery on the SCCS website, so people have a chance to see what those scarce cards look like.

Just started looking at this branch of the forum.
SO4 Philly card @ $95 BIN.
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GregAlex
I just have to do a little happy dance: As of today the SCCS website photo gallery now has images of EVERY SINGLE card in the "B" category (Bureau of Engraving & Printing). That's 331 different souvenir cards, along with their information sheets and reverse side, if it's not blank. I finally captured images of the three rarest cards, issued in 1989 (actually spider press cards). Now, to complete the SO category...

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mikelaw
Very cool. Thanks.
Mike
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signal6271
Here's an update for the BEP to Mint transfer. When you go to the Mint's home page, on the far right is tab called "Interests" this is where BEP merchandise is hiding.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing products now available from the United States Mint

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) and the United States Mint (U.S. Mint) have formed a strategic alliance to sell currency and engravings through the U.S. Mint’s e-commerce website. Starting October 1, 2018, the U.S. Mint will be the official online retailer for BEP products.

[bep-icon1]WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING AND THE U.S. MINT?

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is the Nation’s sole producer of U.S. paper currency. The BEP advises other federal agencies on document security matters and also produces engraved art, engraved documents such as military commissions and award certificates, and special security documents for a variety of government agencies. In addition, the BEP processes claims for the redemption of mutilated currency.

The United States Mint is the Nation’s sole manufacturer of legal tender, circulating coinage. The Mint also produces numismatic coins and coin-related products, including proof, uncirculated, and commemorative coins; medals; and silver and gold bullion coins.

[bep-icon2]CURRENCY AVAILABLE ON THE U.S. MINT CATALOG

Beginning September 17, 2018, BEP will no longer accept orders at moneyfactorystore.gov or via phone. Until October 1, customers with questions about products they purchased from BEP should call BEP at 1-800-456-3408.

The U.S. Mint will start taking orders for BEP products on October 1, 2018 at 8[redface]o a.m. ET. Customers can place orders on catalog.usmint.gov or by calling 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468). Visitors to the BEP catalog website after October 1 will automatically be redirected to the U.S. Mint website.

[bep-icon3]BENEFITS OF SHOPPING WITH THE U.S. MINT

Customers can now purchase BEP and U.S. Mint products in one place, while enjoying the benefits and conveniences of the U.S. Mint website. Customers who establish accounts on the Mint website can easily check order statuses, track packages, and pay with PayPal. BEP customer accounts will not be transferred to the U.S. Mint website. Set up a Mint website account and begin enjoying the benefits.

All purchases on catalog.usmint.gov count towards the U.S. Mint Loyalty Program, where members receive free budget shipping on qualifying orders shipped within the United States.

[bep-icon4]BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING PRODUCTS AVAILABLE NOW

Currently, four BEP products are available for purchase on catalog.usmint.gov:

Beginning October 1, other products offered by BEP will be available for purchase on catalog.usmint.gov. Check back with us for these exciting products, which include:

  • Uncut currency sheets
  • Engravings
  • Currency collections and specialty products
  • Lucky Money products
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mikelaw
A few new ones from Ken Barr......

Mike
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MaineJoe
You guys! I have had a few of these for some time now (years). But now that I have looked, I watch, and I acquire MORE! I currently have a couple binders of them with no end in sight...LOL! Seriously, I enjoy them. I have several duplicates since they seem to always come that way. But hey, what's the harm in collecting something you enjoy, right!
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GregAlex
MaineJoe wrote:
You guys! I have had a few of these for some time now (years). But now that I have looked, I watch, and I acquire MORE! I currently have a couple binders of them with no end in sight...LOL! Seriously, I enjoy them. I have several duplicates since they seem to always come that way. But hey, what's the harm in collecting something you enjoy, right!


Right! We need more collectors like you, Joe! [smile]
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mikelaw
Recent pickups from Fred Geissler, Manassas, VA. Reasonable prices and great service. Love them all.
Mike
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nirvana

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Found this Centennial Poster BEP Engraving of US Postage Stamps Series of 1894-1994 on EBay. Thanks to Greg for the background information and suggestion, it is now part of my small but growing collection.

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fredemw
Thanks Mike, with over 1000 different cards to sell, I appreciate your kind comments!

Getting ready to list the BEP set of 100 different cards from B-1 to B-101 (sorry B-3 {Fresno} not included, but available otherwise) for $299.00.  Scott shows the CV at $2000, and Brookman at over $3000; if a collector wanted to get them individually (if even possible) on eBay they would pay over $1000!  But wait there is more, included is a group of another 100 (USPS, UN, at least one Semi Official, and even a Duck). So 200 different cards for $299.00

I have SO, B, USPS, UN, and Ducks to name a few.  Only $8.00 shipping, one card or a hundred.
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GregAlex
I'm glad to see forum members picking up interesting new material. Fred you might want to post those cards in the Buy, Sell, Trade sub-forum, I think you'll get more eyes on on them.

EDIT: Whoops, I should have checked. Looks like you already have!
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fredemw
Hi Greg, Thanks and will do an update.
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