|Crane Gives $100 Bill High-Tech Touch|
02:04PM / Wednesday, April 21, 2010
DALTON, Mass. — Crane & Co. officials were on hand this morning as the new $100 bill was unveiled in the U.S. Treasury Department's Cash Room in Washington. The Dalton printer has been making the specialized paper for the nation's folding currency for more than 100 years.
The bill includes a variety of high-tech additions to help defeat counterfeiting; the U.S. $100 bill is the most widely counterfeited note.
Find out the cool things happening on the new $100 bill.
"As the supplier of the paper used to produce the redesigned $100 bill, Crane & Co.
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