Hey guys, I found another piece of research that I was thinking might be of use specifically for the collection of paper currency, I had a very hard time finding anything to do with the total amount of bills printed for each year, for each bill denomination, and for each Federal Reserve Bank and their totals printed.
What I ended up finding after a few hours of research what is a PDF file of 246 pages starting with $1 state and federal bank notes going all the way to hundred dollar state and federal bank notes up to the year 2009.
I did the math for the 1976 year two dollar bills and cross-checked it with what I had found on Google searches for the total(596m for all banks and sets)(Google references 590,720,000) the information listed at the heading of the serial numbers reads 575,360,000 regular, 15,360,000 star notes,8 blocks, 5 complex blocks, and 8 groups.
These are just the totals for 1976 on the $2 bill, the first from my calculations, the second from Google's reference, the Third from the books heading about 1976 $2 bills.
Please let me know what you guys think, there's no link as it is just a PDF file that I found on the web. I'm specifically looking to see if the numbers are close enough that this can be used as a reference for serial numbers printed at what Federal Bank.
Also if you want a copy,I can give the pdf to the coincommunity if someone can help me post it. Thanks everyone for your input.
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