Talk:Canceled denominations of United States currency

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Criteria for inclusion[edit]

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A cancelled denomination of currency is a denomination that meets all of the requirements below:

  • Planned for circulation, the denomination must have been a circulation denomination that was planned, proposed, or considered by either the United States government or a government official with the proper authority.
  • Canceled, the denomination must have been canceled before it was released to the public. It may, however, have been released to the public as a collectors item.
  • Not a circulated after cancellation, the denomination must not have been reconsidered and put into circulation. If it was later discontinued and removed from circulation, than it would be eligible for obsolete status.

What is not a cancelled denomination of currency[edit]


If you are not sure if a denomination should be included in this article, feel free to ask. - ZLEA T\C 00:10, 3 April 2019 (UTC)[reply]