"They have $500 million Treasury notes, sheets of hundred-thousand dollar bills, the highest denomination ever printed by the United States for currency. And there's also on display a multi-million dollar rare nickel and one of the first coins ever authorized by President Washington," said Donn Pearlman, Spokesman for the National Money Show.
The show runs through Saturday afternoon.
It's $6 to get in. Children 12 and under are admitted free.
For more information, visit: www.NationalMoneyShow.com.
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