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U.S. Postal Service Money Orders, Circular No. 81-67

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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. "U.S. Postal Service Money Orders, Circular No. 81-67," District Notices (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas) (April 6, 1981). https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5569/item/541250, accessed on November 26, 2022.

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Changes Made to Both Domestic and Military Money Orders. Maximum Value Increased to $500. United States Postal Service Seal and Limitation Values No Longer Imprinted.