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Question by Boston........
Submitted on 1/26/2004
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How does a sheet of $100 bills cost uncut.
Now it should be a discount because I'm doing some of the work.  Or can you send me a couple million copies to practice on so one day I can be a Number Cruncher.  How much does a cost.  And Is there a way I can get this today.  I'm in hurry to get started on my dreams of be a ...,What is the width and length so I get it right.  Today Thank

Answer by Pete
Submitted on 1/27/2004
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Hi..The Bureau of Engraving and Printing sell sheets upto $20 no $100 I'm afraid.Here is link if your interested in sheets of $20 or smaller.Link...http://www.moneyfactory.com/store/section.cfm/69



Answer by Levente
Submitted on 3/29/2004
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eh? ;-)

I don't think your business idea is profitable... if you ever happen upon an uncut sheet of hundreds, keep it that way.  Collectors will pay a premium for certain uncut sheets.  Since the BEP does not sell $100 sheets, any that do make it out were clearly for some ceremonial purpose (I know that the 1928 $20 federal reserve notes of numbers C00000001A through C00000012A are still one uncut sheet, for example), and thus command a premium.


Answer by Kittyote
Submitted on 4/8/2004
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Hi Boston!

If you find a couple million copies of uncut sheets of $100 bills to practice on, could you send me a few hundred of them?  I couldn't pay you anything for them, but I sure could use the practice.  Snip, snip!!


Answer by len
Submitted on 5/26/2004
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gimmie some money too i will cut em for ya but you wont get em back ;)


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