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B.E.P. | Monthly Production Reports | Eastern & Western Facilities May 2011

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Either I’m slipping or I didn’t get an email from the B.E.P. these past couple of months, I would bet on the latter.  But I’m not here to let you down, so here are the production numbers for May.  The total for the Eastern Currency Facility is $11,552,000,000, with 99,529,000 total $100 notes produced, including 320,000 $100 star notes.  The total for the Western Currency Facility is $812,800,000, all being just $1 and $5 notes.  The yearly total dollar amount printed by the B.E.P. comes to $58,614,879,979.  The amount of $100 notes being produced at the Eastern Facility is amazing to say the least.  If I were to make an educated guess, I would say that the large production of $100 notes is from the faulty production and delayed release of The New $100 Note.  As always, keep in mind I don’t have any figures for the currency that is retired and shredded.

Written by Robert L. Wilson

July 28, 2011 at 12:28 pm

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