2015 $2 Triple Deuce Currency Set

 

2015 $2 Triple Deuce Currency Set

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Some of us really like money. Some like making it, some like spending it, some see it as art. I am of the art crowd. I like collecting money because I see it as more than money, but collectable art. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing makes dozens of collectable sets of currency that most people do not even hear about. So, I thought this would be an interesting bit of information to pass along to my readers just in case you are interested in collecting money.

In my younger days, when I was a bit more affluent than I am presently, my wall was adorned with sheets of currency hanging framed upon it and I has select educational little packages that were great for explaining the details of the bills to children or presented at schools. Check out the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and see all the cool money you can buy for your personal enjoyment as art. You can buy sheets of currency in all sorts of denominations and it makes a great conversation piece. Check it out!

3 thoughts on “2015 $2 Triple Deuce Currency Set

  1. I don’t know if you know the line “The love of money is the root of all evil”
    It isn’t a good idea to “love money ”
    respect it, value it, collect it but don’t love it.
    The world is such a dangerous place because mankind has put money before
    caring for fellow man.
    Just a thought

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    • Yes, you have a valid point. I tried to present this article encouraging the reader to look at the money as art, because there is really some excellent artwork in currency. Add the technologies used to thwart counterfeiting and a simple piece of paper money really can be quite amazing. Through the site subject of this article you can buy uncut and partial cut sheets of money right off the press as well as an assortment of other great collector and gift ideas. If you haven’t considered a sheet of uncut bills framed and hanging upon your wall art before now, think about it. Great conversation starter.

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