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Bureau of Engraving and Printing
U.S. Department of the Treasury

Pictured below: Display cases in currency exhibit panels.
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Washington, DC Facility Exhibits on Display 

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is home to a large historic collection of objects pertaining to the BEP and its products.  This collection includes, in addition to currency, printing proofs, postage stamps, migratory bird stamps, revenue stamps, Treasury securities, photographs, artwork, tools, and equipment.  Display cases located in the visitor centers in Washington, DC and Fort Worth, Texas, showcase these objects in exhibits that illustrate the history of the BEP and its products.


Current Exhibit: One Hundred Dollar Designs, 1862-2010, the Changing Look of America’s $100 Notes