ANDREW JACKSON ON THE TWENTY Various shots of twenty dollar bills in the process of design. The twenty is shown on paper, and on computer screen, blown up and in detail. A man with glasses looks at the screen, which appears again in closeup. CU of a hand manipulating a stylus.
Date: 1990s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:58:00, No Audio
QUALITY CONTROL FOR 20 BILLS As part of the process of redesigning and printing the new twenty dollar bill, an automated reader inspects sheets of fresh money for flaws. Computer screen CU displays graphs and readings.Quick shot of high-tech machine with dials processing long, uncut sheets of twenties. A bald, human inspector double-checks the results.
Date: 1990s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:08:00, No Audio
STREETSIDE SHOPS IN NEW YORK People shopping at various vendors in New York City, some indoors some out, selling clothes, bread, produce, etc. An old man takes some dollar bills out of his sock. People talk in various languages.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:34:00, No Audio
THE PRESSES KEEP ON ROLLING Sheets and sheets of hundred dollar bills go by on a fully automated massive printing press then stacks of them go by slowly on a conveyor belt where they enter a cutting machine. There are CUs of bills being cut and of the bills coming out of the cutting machine. There are also shots of bankrolls dropping out of a machine and stacks of bankrolls going down a conveyor where they are bundled and wrapped in plastic. Large bundles of bankrolls are sent down a conveyor belt.
Date: 1991 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:50:00, No Audio
ONE HUNDRED BILLS IN THE MAKING See actual engravers making the plates for the Federal Reserve's one hundred dollar bill. Shots include a CU of a one hundred dollar bill, male and female engravers with CUs of them, the plates they are working on and their knives and other equipment. A female engraver works on a plate with 32 one hundred dollar bill.
Date: 1991 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:14:00, No Audio
PRINTING FRANKLINS Printing one hundred dollar bills at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing starts on a massive printing press. The bills gently fall into a huge stack. A shot of a sheet of new hundred dollar bills with a CU of a bill.
Date: 1991 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:15:00, No Audio
FRESH OFF OF THE PRESS New hundred dollar bills at the Federal Bureau of Engraving and Printing are readied for inspection. Sheets of bills come out of a press, go onto a conveyor belt and pass in front of a female inspector.There is a CU of bills rotating in a roller and a nice shot of bills shooting out of a press, landing onto a conveyor belt and going down the conveyor. Some sheets are removed from the conveyor. The bills are stacked and put on pallets in a warehouse.
Date: 1991 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:48:00, No Audio
IS IT REAL? Manufacturing one dollar bills at a Federal Reserve facility, a man engraves the plate for one dollar bills while looking through a magnifying glass. There is a shot through the magnifying glass of the glass' rim and then focusing on the metal plate below. CUs of new one dollar bills show Robert E. Ruskin's signature and George Washington's face. A bankroll of dollar bills is flipped in a man's hand and a stack of sheets of one dollar bills goes along a conveyor belt.
Date: 1991 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:14:00, No Audio
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