You have two options when ordering bills and choosing to have them
printed, sliced and delivered - "Bill Sets" or "Total Bills". When choosing
"Total Bills", your bills are stacked and grouped by denomination (ie all $20
bills grouped together). Most customers choose this method of ordering, but for
those who need their denominations broken out into sets, "Bill Sets" is the
better method. With this method, we will group and stack your bills into
sets. Below is a example of 144 bills of the "Eagle Play Money" style stacked
together (like money in a new board game).
About Slicing into Sets
The image below shows two sets of multi denominational play money.
The denominations in the top set all are slightly different sizes, while the
stack below the stack is a smoothe cut across all denominations. Both are equal
quality overall, but some customers require the top of the line professional
look of the smoothe cut stack.
We strive to deliver the most professional cut bills possible with
every order. We use a stack cutter, allowing us to slice through hundreds of
sheets of paper at once. For small orders, we then re sort out the proper
number of each denomination by hand and group them into sets. This produces a
set of bills which are all slightly off on the edges.
To get a stack of bills with several denominations with perfect
edges, you must have ordered enough sets of bills to allow us to slice through
all denominations at once and keep them stacked together.
For example, the Eagle Play Money bill style show here has
144 bills (thats 24 pages 8.5 x 11 paper with 6 bills on each page).
You must order your sets in factors of 6 (6,12,18,24,36...etc), for us to be
able to stack the sheets by denomination before slicing to produce the perfect