The US Bureau of Engraving and securities in the US Treasury every day and around the clock, men and women are working on what is one of the foundations of the modern world. They produce banknotes.
It is here that are born of money: it is the US Bureau of Engraving and securities in the US Treasury.
Here is a piece of a twenty dollar bill.
Sheets twenty-dollar bill (total of 10,000), which, after the printing of the federal treasury, the total capital of up to 6, $ 4 million.
William Bolden, a work of the Bureau for the production of banknotes and securities in the US Treasury puts lists twenty-dollar bill in a special machine, with the help of which applied the Treasury seal. "For me it is not money," said Bolden. "It's just a colored sheet of paper."
Every day, through the hands of William Bolden held millions of dollars - his job is to put each sheet of notes in a special machine, which is applied to the bills of the Treasury seal.
William Bolden is watching both the Treasury bill is applied to printing. He is responsible to monitor and also to ensure that all elements of the press were clearly visible, and every word in it can be read. "We produce a product in which the country badly needs, and therefore everything should be clearly and correctly."
View through a magnifying glass at the twenty-dollar bill to the Bureau of Engraving and securities in the US Treasury.
William Bolden builds a machine for printing on Treasury bills. Before he began working at the Bureau of Engraving and securities in the US Treasury, Bolden served 16 years in the printing of the CIA.
William Bolden at work.
William Bolden examining lists twenty-dollar bill. "I am proud to be involved in the creation of what are widely used throughout the world," he says.
William Bolden, right, and his colleague Delhert Avery study lists twenty-dollar bill.
Denominations are packaged in packs of two thousand dollars.
Denominations strong enough to bend and unbend them 4,000 times, but after that, they can break.
Lydia Washington representative of the US Bureau of Engraving and securities in the US Treasury, said that only employees of the Bureau in 1368, and they produce the day bills are for the total cost of 974 million dollars. "We are setting international standards in the production of currency," she said. "Our currency is very high quality and not impaired."
Bundles twenty-dollar bills at a total cost of several million dollars ready to be shipped.