Currency packaging

Currency packaging includes several forms of packing money for easy handling and counting. Many systems use standard color coding or are marked to indicate the amount in the package.

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Currency straps

Currency strap holding U.S. bills

Currency straps, also know as currency bands or bill straps, are a type of fastener used to secure distrete numbers of bills. Typically, currency bands have attached ends so bills are "curled" and slipped into the band whereas currency straps contain adhesive on the ends to secure them around the bills after wrapping.

Coin bags

Bags used to hold specific amount of coins.

Coin wrappers

Coin wrapper full of dollars

Tubes used to hold specific amount of coins.

Currency trays

Trays used to handle currency, often sorting by denomination.



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