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Answered 2015-05-18 15:10:39

Five-dollar bills are printed for all Federal Reserve districts as demand requires.

To explain, Federal Banks don't actually print bills. When a district determines that more of a particular denomination is needed to meet economic needs, they request a new supply from the Treasury. If there are already bills in stock a shipment is prepared. Otherwise, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing prints the requested bills at one of its printing plants in either Washington or Fort Worth. The only difference between bills for different districts is either the serial number code lettering or the Federal Reserve Seal, so one plant can readily produce bills for any district.

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