New Digital Resources Available on

The U.S. Currency Education Program released new resources on! All of our materials can be accessed free of charge and are available in English and Spanish.

If you’re in need of high-resolution images, our newly launched Multimedia Library is a repository of U.S. currency-related artifacts that can be downloaded to your desktop or mobile device. The library’s robust search functionality can be used to filter resources by topic or denomination.

Did you know that U.S. currency can be tracked back to the 1700s? Learn more on our redesigned History Page! Explore different periods to see how American history has influenced the way we design, issue, and process paper money today. The page includes new search filters to help you examine specific aspects of currency history.

Also, our revamped Online Training Course boosts interactivity and engagement while you learn about U.S. currency! You can explore animated views of the front and back designs of Federal Reserve notes, swiftly toggle between information on security features and tips for authenticating currency and test your new knowledge by taking a short exam at the end. The training course generally takes 20 minutes to complete.

Media Contacts

  • Public Affairs Office

    Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System