Coin dealers Gus Green, left, and Bob Campbell, right, and owner of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah, haggle over the price of a coin. More than $1 billion of historic rare coins and colorful paper money- including $100,000 bills from the U.S. Trea : News Photo

Coin dealers Gus Green, left, and Bob Campbell, right, and owner of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah, haggle over the price of a coin. More than $1 billion of historic rare coins and colorful paper money- including $100,000 bills from the U.S. Trea

Coin dealers Gus Green, left, and Bob Campbell, right, and owner of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah, haggle over the price of a coin. More than $1 billion of historic rare coins and colorful paper money- including $100,000 bills from the U.S. Treasury Department vaults in Washington, D.C., are on display to the public at the Nation Money Show at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado. Dealers set up their wares today May 9th, 2012 and the show opens to the public tomorrow and runs through Saturday afternoon, May 12, 2012. Visitors can see eye-opening displays such as $2.5 million nickel, 19th century Colorado territorial gold coins, and a $500 million Treasury note amongst many other items. Many dealers and retailers from around the nation have also converged to buy and sell their own coins and money. Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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Coin dealers Gus Green, left, and Bob Campbell, right, and owner of All About Coins in Salt Lake City, Utah, haggle over the price of a coin. More than $1 billion of historic rare coins and colorful paper money- including $100,000 bills from the U.S. Treasury Department vaults in Washington, D.C., are on display to the public at the Nation Money Show at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado. Dealers set up their wares today May 9th, 2012 and the show opens to the public tomorrow and runs through Saturday afternoon, May 12, 2012. Visitors can see eye-opening displays such as $2.5 million nickel, 19th century Colorado territorial gold coins, and a $500 million Treasury note amongst many other items. Many dealers and retailers from around the nation have also converged to buy and sell their own coins and money. Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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