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FED ER A L RESERVE BANK
O F NEW YORK
F is c a l Agent o f the U n ited S ta tes

[ c i r c u l a r N o. 6897 I
| F eb ru a ry 11, 1972 |

UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS
-Annual Limitations on Holdings
-Additional Extended Maturity Tables for Series E Bonds

To Issuing and Paying A gents for Savings Bonds
in the Second F ederal R eserve D istrict:

Enclosed are copies of the following documents:
Fourth Amendment to Treasury Department Circular No. 530, Ninth
Revision, "Regulations Governing United States Savings Bonds."
F irst Supplement to T reasury Department Circular No. 653, Eighth
Revision, "Offering of United States Savings Bonds, S eries E."
Federal R egister, Part II, dated February 2,1972, which contains the text
of the Second Supplement to Treasury Department Circular No. 653.

The Fourth Amendment to Treasury Department Circular No. 530 contains
the current annual lim itations on holdings of Series E and H bonds. The F irst
and Second Supplements to Treasury Department Circular No. 653 contain addi­
tional extended maturity tables for S eries E bonds.
Additional copies of the enclosures w ill be furnished upon request.




Alfred Hayes,
President.

REGULATIONS GOVERNING UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS
1971
F o u rth A m en d m en t to
D e p a rtm e n t C ir c u la r N o. 530,
N in th R e v i s io n , d a te d
D e c e m b e r 2 3 , 1964

TREA SUR Y DEPARTM ENT

Washington, Nov. 19, 1971

F i s c a l S e rv ic e
B u re a u o f th e P u b lic D eb t

Section 315.10 and footnotes 4 and 5
of Department of the Treasury Circular
No. 530, Ninth Revision, dated December
23, 1964, as amended (31 CFR Part 315),
are hereby further amended to read, as
follows:
§ 3 1 5 .1 0 A nnual
in gs.

lim ita tio n s

on

h o ld ­

The amounts of savings bonds of each
series, issued in any one calendar year/
which may be held by any one person
at any one time, computed in accordance
with the provisions of § 315.11, are
limited, as follows:
(a)
Series E — (1) G en eral lim ita tio n .
$5,000 (issue price) for each calendar
year.5
(2)
S pecial lim ita tio n s fo r em p lo yees’

savin gs plan s an d savin gs a n d va ca tio n
plan s. $2,000 (face amount) multiplied
by the highest number of participants
in any employees’ savings plan as de­
scribed in Department Circular No. 653,
current revision (Part 316 of this chap­
ter) . Qualified savings and vacation
plans are also eligible for this special
limitation.

(b)
Series H — (1) G en eral lim ita tio n .
$5,000 (face amount) for each calendar
year.5
(2)
S pecial lim ita tio n fo r g ifts to e x ­

e m p t org a n iza tio n s u n der 26 CFR 1.501
( c ) ( 3 ) -i . $200,000 (face amount) for
each calendar year for bonds received as
gifts by an organization which at the
time of purchase is an exempt organiza­
tion under the terms of 26 CFR 1.501
(c) (3) —
1.
The foregoing amendment is made for
the purpose of having the limitations in
the regulations governing savings bonds
conform to the current limitations in 31
CFR 316.5 and 332.5, the offerings of
Series E and Series H savings bonds, re­
spectively. In view of the earlier publica­
tion of these limitations in 35 F.R. 703,
January 17, 1970, and 35 F.R. 849, Jan­
uary 21,1 9 7 0 ,1 find that notice and pub­
lic procedures are unnecessary. This ac­
tion is effected under the provisions of
section 22 of the Second Liberty Bond
Act, as amended (49 Stat. 21, as amended;
31 U.S.C. 757c), and 5 U.S.C. 301.
J o h n K . C ar lo ck ,

F iscal A ssista n t S ecreta ry.
* T he N in th R evision o f th is circu lar co n ­
ta in s in fo rm a tio n on prior an n u al lim ita ­
tio n s.




'E ffectiv e D ecem ber 1, 1969. In vestors w h o
p u rch ased less th a n $5,000 (issu e p rice) of
th e Series E bon d s or $5,000 (face a m o u n t)
in th e case o f Series H b on d s prior to th e
effective d ate o f th e lim ita tio n s were e n title d
o n ly to p u rch ase en o u g h to b rin g th e ir to ta ls
for t h e year t o th o se a m o u n ts. In vestors
w h ose p u rch ases exceeded th e se lim ita tio n s
cou ld n o t p u rch ase a d d ition al bon d s d u rin g
th e rem ain d er o f th e calen d ar year.

6 P 0

9 2 3 - 5 50

OFFERING OF UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS, SERIES E
1971
S u p p le m e n t to
D e p a rtm e n t C irc u la r N o. 6 5 3 ,
E ig h th R e v is io n , d a te d
D e c e m b e r 12, 1969

TR EA SU R Y D EPA R TM EN T

Washington, October 1 2 , 1971

F i s c a l S e rv ic e
B u re a u o f th e P u b lic D eb t

T able 4, of Departm ent C ircular No. 653, Eighth R evision, dated December 12, 1969, as
amended, is hereby supplem ented by the addition of T able 4-A, as set forth below.

JOHN K. CARLOCK,
F iscal A ssista n t Secretary.

TABLE 4-A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E D E C E M B E R 1, 1941 »
I s s u e p r ic e ____
D e n o m in a tio n .

Period after second extended maturity
(beginning 30 years after issue date)

$18.75
25.00

$ 3 7.50
50.00

$75.00
100.00

$750.00

$375.00
500.00

1 0 .0
,0 0 0

(2) From be­
(3) From be­
ginning of
ginning of
(4) From bethird extended each half-year
ginning of
maturity
period to beeach half-year
- period to be­ ginning of next period to third
ginning of each
half-year
extended
half-year
period
m aturity3
period

(1) Redemption values during each half-year period
(values increase on first day of period shown)
T H IR D E X T E N D E D M A T U R IT Y P E R IO D

First

year________ ______________ - ........... 1 (12/1/71)
--------------- (6/1/72)
--------------(12/1/72)
.................. (6/1/73)
................ (12/1/73)
2H to 3 years______________ . . . . . --------------- (6/1/74)
3 to Z A years . . . _________________ . --------------(12/1/74)
3A to 4 y e a rs______________________ - ......... - — (6/1/75)
4 to ± A years.._____ ________________ -------------- (12/1/75)
4A to 5 years_____________ _____ _
........- ........ (6/1/76)
5 to 5A years______________ _____ _ --------------(12/1/76)
6A to 6 years.______________________ --------------- (6/1/77)
6 to 6 A years______________ _______ ................ (12/1/77)
6A to 7 years_______________________ --------------- (6/1/78)
7 to 7A years......................... ............... ................ (12/1/78)
7A to 8 years.......................... ............... .................. (6/1/79)
8 to S A years____________ __________ --------------(12/1/79)
SA to 9 years_______________________ ..................(6/1/80)
9 to $ A years_______ _______________ - .........— (12/1/80)
9A to 10 years____ _ . . . _____ _____ --------------- (6/1/81)
T H I R D E X T E N D E D M A T U R I T Y V A L U E (40 y e a rs

Yz to 1 year______________________
1 to I A years_______ ______________
1 A to 2 years____________ _____ ____
2 to 2 A years_______________________

f ro m is s u e d a t e ) ......................................... .................... (12/1/81)

Percent

$51.37
52.78
54.23
55.73
57.26
58.83
60.45
62.11
63.82
65.58
67.38
69.23
71. 14
73. 09
75. 10
77. 17
79.29
81.47
83. 71
86. 01

$102. 74
105.56
108.46
111. 46
114. 52
117.66
120.90
124.22
127.64
131. 16
134. 76
138.46
142.28
146.18
150.20
154.34
158.58
162.94
167.42
172.02

$205.48
211.12
216. 92
222.92
229.04
235.32
241.80
248.44
255.28
262.32
269. 52
276.92
284.56
292.36
300.40
308.68
317.16
325.88
334.84
344.04

$1,027.40
1, 055. 60
1,084.60
1,114. 60
1,145. 20
1,176. 60
1,209.00
1,242. 20
1,276.40
1,311.60
1,347.60
1,384.6C
1, 422. 80
1,461. 80
1,502.00
1,543.40
1, 585. 80
1,629.40
1,674. 20
1, 720. 20

$2,054. 80
2, 111. 20
2,169. 20
2,229! 20
2,290.40
2,353. 20
2,418.00
2,484.40
2,552. 80
2, 623. 20
2, 695.20
2,769. 20
2,845. 60
2, 923. 60
3,004.00
3, 086. 80
3,171. 60
3,258. 80
3,348.40
3,440.40

0.00
5.49
5.49
5.51
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50

88.38

176.76

353.52

1 ,7 6 7 .6 0

3 ,5 3 5 .2 0

Percent

Percent

*5.50

» Yields also apply to bonds with Issue dates January 1,1942 through April 1, 1942,
unless there is a change in the prevailing rate fjpr Series E bonds being issued at the
time the third extension begins. (See Sec. 316.8(b)(2).)
2 Month, day, and year on which issues of Dec. 1, 1941, enter each period.




Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

5.49
5.49
5.53
5.49
5.48
5.51
5.49.
5.51
5.52
5.49
5.49
5.52
5.48
5.50
5.51
5.49
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.51

5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5. 51

s Based on third extended maturity value in effect on the beginning date of the half
year period.
* Yield on purchase price from issue date to third extended maturity date is 3.91
percent.

G P O 9 2 1-1 t 2
l

W EDNESDAY, FEB RU AR Y 2, 1972
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Volume 37 ■ Number 22

PART II

U

l

DEPARTMENT OF
THE TREASURY
Fiscal Service,
Bureau of the Public Debt
■

U.S. S A V IN G S B O N D S ,
SERIES E
Dept. Circular No.

8th

No. 22—P t II-——1




Rev.,

2d

653,

Supp.

2554

RULES AN D REGULATIONS

Title 31—

MONEY AND FINANCE: TREASURY

Chapter II— Fiscal Service, D epartm ent of the Treasury
SUBCHAPTER B— BUREAU OF THE PUBLIC DEBT

PART 316— OFFERING OF UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS, SERIES E
The tables to Department Circular No. 653, Eighth Revision, dated December 12, 1969, as amended (31 CFR Part 316),
are hereby supplemented by the addition of Tables 5-A , 6-A , 26-A, 27-A, 28-A, 29-A, 73-A, and 74-A, as set forth below.
Dated: January 19, 1972,
J ohn

K .

C arlock,

F iscal A ssista n t S ecretary.

TABLE 5-A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E M A Y 1, 1912 «

Issue p r ic e ______________________________

$18.75
25.00

D e n o m in a tio n ....................................... ..............

Period after second extended maturity
(beginning 30 years after issue date)

$37.50
50.00

$75.00
100.00

$375.00
500.00

Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

$750.00
1 ,000.00

(1) Redemption values during each half-year period
(2) From beginning
(values increase on first day of period shown)
of third extended
---------------- maturity period to
------------------beginning of
T H IR D E X T E N D E D M A T U R I T Y P E R IO D
each half-year
period

(3) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to beginning of
next half-year
period

(4) From begin­
ning of each
half-year perio d
to third
extended
maturity

Percent

Percent

Percent
First M year_______________ _________ . . . . 3 (5/1/72)
to 1 year_______________
________ ______(11/1/72)
1 to 1)4 years....... ........ .......... ................... ______ (5/1/73)
1J^ to 2 years............................................ _____ (11/1/73)
2 to 2)4 years_______________ _________ ............ (5/1/74)
2)4 to 3 years..................... .......... .............. ............(11/1/74)
3 to 3)4 years*—................ .......... . ............ ______(5/1/75)
3)4 to 4 years..................... ................. ....... _____ (11/1/75)
4 to 4 ^ years____________ ______ __ . . . _____ (5/1/76)
i)4 to 5 years............................................. _____ (11/1/76)
5 to 5)4 years________ ______ ______ _ ............ (5/1/77)
5)4 to 6 years...................................... ....... ............(11/1/77)
6 to 6)4 years_____ ____ ___
______ (5/1/78)
C’ ^ to 7 years................................. ............ _____ (11/1/78)
7 to 7)4 years.............. ........ ...................... _____ (5/1/79)
7i*> to 8 years_______________________ _ ...........(1 1 /1 /7 9 )
(5/1/80)
8 to 8)4 years_________________________ .......
8)4 to 9 years---------- ------- ----------- --------- _____ (11/1/80)
9 to 9)4 years.................. ................. ........ ....... - (5/1/81)
9)4 to 10 years________________________ ______ (11/1/81)
T H IR D

EXTENDED

M A T U R IT Y

V A L U E (40
_____ (5/1/82)

$51. 76
53.18
54. 65
56.15
57.69
59. 28
60.91
6 2 .58
64.31
66.07
67.89
69.76
71.68
73. 65
75.67
77. 75
79.89
82.09
84. 85
86. 67

$103. 52
106. 36
109. 30
112. 30
115. 38
118.56
121. 82
125.16
128.62
132.14
135. 78
139. 52
143.36
147.30
151.34
155. 50
159. 78
164. 18
168. 70
173.34

$207. 04
212.72
218.60
•224.60
230.76
237.12
243.64
250.32
257.24
264.28
271.56
279.04
286. 72
294. 60
302.68
311.00
319. 56
328.36
337.40
346. 68

$1, 035. 20
1, 063. 60
1,093. 00
1 ,1 2 3 .0 0
1 ,1 5 3 .8 0
1,185. 60
1 ,2 1 8 .2 0
1,2 5 1 .6 0
1,286. 20
1, 321. 40
1 ,3 5 7 .8 0
1,395. 20
1 ,4 3 3 .6 0
1, 473. 00
1, 513. 40
1, 555.00
1 ,5 9 7 .8 0
1, 641.80
1, 687. 00
1, 733.40

$2,070. 40
2,127. 20
2 ,1 8 6 .0 0
2, 246.00
2 ,3 0 7 .6 0
2,371. 20
2 ,4 3 6 .4 0
2, 503. 20
2, 572.40
2, 642. 80
2, 715. 60
2 ,7 9 0 .4 0
2,867. 20
2, 946.00
3,026. 80
3,110. 00
3.195. 60
3,283. 60
3, 374. 00
3, 466.80

8 9 .05

178.10

356.20

1 ,781.00

3 ,5 6 2 .0 0

1 This table does not apply if the prevailing rate for Series E bonds being issued
at the time the third extension begins is different from 5.50 percent.
3 M onth, day, and year on which issues of M ay 1 ,1 9 4 2 , enter each period.

0.0 0
5.49
5. 51
5.5 0
5. 50
5 .5 0
5. 50
5. 50
5. 50
5. 50
5.5 0
5 .5 0
5 .5 0
5 .5 0
5.5 0
5 .5 0
5.5 0
5 .5 0
5.5 0
5 .5 0

5.49
5. 53
5. 49
5.4 9
5.51
5.5 0
5. 48
5. 53
5.47
5. 51
5. 51
5.5 0
5 .5 0 '
5.49
5 .5 0
5 .5 0
5. 51
5. 51
5.5 0
5. 49

5.5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5. 50
5.5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5 .5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5 .5 0
5.50
5.5 0
5. 50
5. 50
5.5 0
5. 50
5.49

3 5.50

3 Yield on purchase price from issue date to third extended maturity date is 3.93
percent.
V

TABLE 6-A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E S F R O M J U N E 1 T H R O U G H N O V E M B E R 1, 19121
»18.75
25.00

I s s u e p r i c e ......... — ----------- -------------- -----D e n o m in a t io n ......................................................

$37.50
50.00

$75.00
100.00

$375.00
500.00

Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

$750.00
1 ,000.00

(2) From beginning
(values increase on first day of period shown)
of third oxtendod
--------------- maturity period to
beginning of
each half-year
T H IR D E X T E N D E D M A T U R IT Y P E R IO D
period
(1) Redemption values during each half-year period

Period after second extended maturity
(beginning 30 years after issue date)

First Yi year______ ____________________ . . . . . 2 (6/1/72)
\4 to 1 year--------------------- ---------- ----------- ...........(12/1/72)
1 to 1M years---------------------- ------------ - ------- (6/1/73)
1)4 to 2 years................ ........ ..............— ------- (12/1/73)
2 to 2)4 years— .................................................... (0/1/74)
2)4 to 3 years__________________________ ...........(12/1/74)
3 to 3)4 years....... .......... ............................. ------- (6/1/75)
3)4 to 4 years........................ ...................... ------- (12/1/75)
......... (6/1/76)
4 to 4 M years............................................... •
4 )4 to 5 years............................................... ..........(12/1/76)
5 to 5)4 years................................................ .......... (6/1/77)
5)4 t o o years................................................------- (12/1/77)
..........(6/1/78)
6 to 6)4 years................................................•
6)4 to 7 years— ...................- ...................... -------(12/1/78)
7 to 7)4 years---------------------------------------- ....... (6/1/79)
7 Vi to 8 yea rs.............................................. ..........(12/1/79)
8 to 8)4 years------.*........ - ............................ . . . . . (6/1/80)
8)4 to 9 years......... ...................................... ..........(12/1/80)
9 to 9)4 years............................................... ......... (6/1/81)
<M to 10 years.............................................. ..........(12/1/81)

(40
____ (6/1/82)

89.96

EXTENDED

M A T U R IT Y

VALUE

$104.58
107. 46
110. 42
113.44
116.56
119.78
123.06
126.46
129.92
133. 50
137.18
140. 94
144. 82
148.80
152.90
157.10
161. 42
165.86
170. 42
175. 10

179.92
,

Percent

$1,045. 80
1,0 7 4 .6 0
1.1 0 4 .2 0
1,134. 40
1,165. 60
1,1 9 7 .8 0
1,2 3 0 .6 0
1,264.60
1,2 9 9 .2 0
1 ,335.00
1, 371. 80
1,409. 40
1,448.20
1,4 8 8 .0 0
1, 529. 00
1 ,571.00
1,614. 20
1 ,658.60
1,704. 20

$2,091. 60
2,149. 20
2 ,2 0 8 .4 0
2, 268. 80
2, 331. 20
2 ,3 9 5 .6 0
2,461. 20
2, 529. 20
2 ,5 9 8 .4 0
2,670.00
2 ,743.60
2 ,8 1 8 .8 0
2, 896. 40
2, 976.00
3.058. 00
3,142. 00
3, 228. 40
3 ,3 1 7 .2 0
3,408. 40

0.0 0
5.51
5.51
5.50
5.5 0
5 .5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5 .5 0
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0
5.5 0

Percent

$209.16
214.92
220.84
226.88
233.12
239.56
246.12
252. 92
259.84
267. 00
274.36
281.88
289.64
297.60
305.80
314. 20
322.84
331. 72
340.84

350.20

1,751.00

3,502. 00

5.50

5.51
5.51
5.47
5. 50
5.5 3
5. 48
5 .5 3
5. 47
5.51
5.51
5.48
5.51
5.50
5. 51
5. 49
5.50
5.5 0
5.5 0
5.4 9

5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5 .5 0
5.50
5.5 0
5.50

359.81
3,598.10
1,799.20
_________ _____________. .... ........ .

* 5.50

i This table does not apply if the prevailing rate for Series E b onds being issued at
the time the third extension begins is diflerent from 5.50 percent.
a M onth day, and year on which issues of June 1, 1942, enter each period. For




(4) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to third
extended
maturity

Percent
$52. 29
53.73
55.21
56.72
58.28
59. 89
61.53
63. 23
6 4 .96
66.75
68.59
70.47
72. 41
74.40
76. 45
78.55
80.71
8 2 .93
85.21
87.55

T H IR D

(3) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to beginning of
next half-year
period

5. 51

5. 51

subsequent issue months add the appropriate number of months,
3 Yield on purchase price from issue date to third extended maturity date is 3.96
percent.

FEDERAL REGISTER, V O L . 37, N O . 22— W E D N E S D A Y , FEBRUARY 2, 1972

2555

RULES A N D REGULATIONS
TABLE 26-A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E S P R O M J A N U A R Y 1 T H R O U G H A P R I L 1, 1952 1
I s s u e p r ic e .........
D e n o m in a t io n .

$18.75
25.00

Period after first extended maturity (beginning
20 years after issue date)

$37.50
50.00

$75.00

$150.00

10 0 20 0
0 .0 0 .0

$375.00
500.00

\ years................... .............................. (1/1/73)
X
A
W i to 2 years................... ................ .............(7/1/73)

1 to

2 to 2Yz years......................... ......................... <1/1/74)
to 3 years...................................................(7/1/74)
3 to 3J^ years___________ ________________ (1/1/75)
3J4 to 4 years............................. .....................(7/1/75)
4 to 4Vi years......... ........................................ (1/1/76)
±Yi to 5 years....... ............................................(7/1/76)
5 to 5)4 years........................ _........................ (1/1/77)
5Yi to 6 years....... ...........................................(7/1/77)
6 to 6}4 years..... ............................................. (1/1/78)
6Yi to 7 years................................................(7/1/78)
7 to 7)^ years................................................... (1/1/79)
to 8 years...........- ............................... .......(7/1/79)
8 to 8)4 years................................................(1/1/80)
SYi to 9 years.................................................. (7/1/80)
9 to 9X years................................................. (1/1/81)
A
914 to lOyears--------- -------- ------- ------- ---------(7/1/81)

7
l
A

SECON D EX TEND ED

M A T U R IT Y

(3) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to beginning of
next half-year
period

Percent

$38.34
39.39
40.48
41.59
42. 73
43.91
45.12
46. 36
47.63
48. 94
50.29
51.67
53.09
54.55
56.05
57. 59
59.18
60. 81
62.48
64.20

$76.68
7a 78
80.96
83. 18
85.46
87.82
90.24
92.72
95. 26
97.88
100.58
103.34
106. 18
109. 10
112. 10
115.18
118. 36
121. 62
124.96
128.40

$153.36
157.56
161.92
166.36
170.92
175.64
180. 48
185.44
190. 52
195. 76
• 16
201.
206.68
212. 36
218.20
224. 20
230.36
236.72
243. 24
249. 92
256.80

$306. 72
315.12
323.84
332. 72
341.84
351.28
360. 96
370.88
381.04
391.52
402. 32
413. 36
424.72
436.40
448.40
460. 72
473. 44
486.48
499. 84
513.60

$766. 80
787.80
809.60
831.80
854. 60
878.20
902.40
927.20
952. 60
978.80
1, 005. 80
1, 033. 40
1,061.80
1, 091. 00
1,121. 00
1,151.80
1, 183. 60
1, 216. 20
1,249.60
1,284. 00

$1, 533.60
1, 575. 60
1,619.20
1,663.60
1, 709.20
1, 756. 40
1, 804. 80
1, 854. 40
1, 905. 20
1, 957. 60
2, 011. 60
2, 066.80
2,123. 60
2,182. 00
2, 242.00
2, 303. 60
2, 367. 20
2, 432. 40
2, 499. 20
2, 568.00

0.00
5.48
5. 51
5. 50
5. 49
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50

65.96

131.92

263.81

527.68

1,319.20

2,638.40

(4) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to second
extended
maturity

Percent

3 5.50

VALUE

(30 years from issue date)................... (1/1/82)

(2) From beginning
of second extended
maturity period to
beginning of
each half-year
period

Percent

(1) Redemption values during eaeli half-year period
(values increase on first day of period shown)
SEC ON D E X T E N D E D M A T U R IT Y P E R IO D

First Y year................................................... 2(l/l/72)
%
V2 to 1 year......................... ............................ (7/1/72)

Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

$750.00

1 0 .0
,0 0 0

1 This table does not apply if the prevailing rate for Series E bonds being issued
at the time the second extension begins is different from 5.50 percent.
2 Month, day, and year on which issues of Jan. 1, 1952, enter each period. For
subseauent issue months add the appropriate number of months.

5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.49
5. 49
5.48

5.48
5.53
5.48
5. 48
5.52
5. 51
5.50
5. 48
5. 50
5.52
5.49
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5. 52
5. 51
5. 49
5. 51
5. 48

* Yield on purchase price from issue date to second extended maturity date is 4.2
percent.

TABLE 27 A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E M A Y 1, 1952
i B s i i e p r i c e ..... .................................. ............ ........
D e n o m in a t io n ___________________________

$18.75
25.00

$75.00

100.00

$150.00
200.00

$375.00
500.00

$750.00

1,0 0 0
0 .0

Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

$7,500

10,000

(1) Redemption values during each half-year period
(values increase on first day of period shown)

Period after first extended maturity
(beginning 19 years 8 months after issue
date)

First H year--------------------------- 1 (1/1/72)
14 to 1 year..................................... (7/1/72)
1 to H i years................................. (1/1/73)

$37.50
50.00

(2) From beginning
of second extended
maturity period to
beginning of
each half-year
period

(4) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to second
extended maturity

Percent

SE C O N D E X T E N D E D M A T U R IT Y P E R IO D

(3) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to beginning of
next half-year
period

Percent

Percent

1 J2 to 2 years....... - ........................ (7/1/73)
2 to 2'A years—...............................(1/1/74)
2Yi to 3 years..................................(7/1/74)
3 to VA years................................. (1/1/75)
3 > 2 to 4 years-----------------------------(7/1/75)
4 to 4Yi years—.................. ............(1/1/76)
4Y%to 5 years................................ (7/1/76)
5 to h'A years....................... ........ (1/1/77)
5 A to 6 years.......... .............. ....... (7/1/77)
6 to 6 > 2 years............. . ................. (1/1/78)
6 Yi to 7 years................................. (7/1/78)
7 to 7Yz years..................................(1/1/70)
7Y to 8 years..................................(7/1/79)
8 to 8 Yi years................................. (1/1/80)
K'A to 9 years................................. (7/1/80)
9 to 9 Yi years...................... ...... (1/1/81)
<)Yi to 10 years............................... (7/1/81)

$38.19
39. 24
40.32
41.43
42. 57
43. 74
44.94
46. 18
47. 45
48. 75
50. 09
51.47
52.88
54.34
55.83
57. 37
58.95
60.57
62.23
63. 94

$76.38
78.48
80.64
82.86
85. 14
87.48
89.88
92.36
94.90
97.50
100.18
102.94
105. 76
108.68
111.66
114. 74
117.90
121. 14
124.46
127.88

$152.76
156.96
161.28
165.72
170.28
174.96
179. 76
184. 72
189. 80
195. 00
200.36.
205.88
211.52
217.36
223.32
229. 48
235.80
242. 28
24a 92
255.76

$305. 52
313.92
322. 56
331.44
340. 56
349.92
359.62
369.44
379.60
390.00
400.72
411. 76
423.04
434. 72
446.64
458.96
471.60
484.56
497.84
511.52

$1, 527.60
1, 569.60
1,612.80
1, 657. 20
1, 702.80
1, 749. 60
1,797.60
1,847. 20
1,898. 00
1, 950. 00
2, 003.60
2, 058. 80
2,115. 20
2,173. 60
2,233.20
2,294.80
2, 358.00
2,422.80
2, 489. 20
2, 557. 60

$15,276
15, 696
16,128
16,572
17, 028
17,496
17,976
18,472
18,980
19, 500
20,036
20, 588
21,152
21,736
22,332
22,948
23,580
24,228
24,892
25, 576

0.00
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50

S E C O N D E X T E N D E D M A T U R IT Y
V A L U E (29 ycarsand 8 monthsfrom
issue date)............................... (1/1/82)

$763. 80
784.80
806.40
82a 60
851. 40
874.80
898.80
923. 60
949. 00
975.00
1, 001.80
1, 029. 40
1,057.60
1, 086. 80
1,116. 60
1,147. 40
1,179. 00
1,211.40
1,244. 60
1,278.80

65.70

131.40

262.80

525.60

1,314.00

2,628.00

26,280

25.50

1

M on th, day, and year

011

which issues of May 1,1952, enter each period.




5.50
5.50
5.51
5. 50
5.50
5. 49
5. 52
5. 50
5. 48
5. 50
5. 51
5. 48 •
5.52
5. 48
5.52
5. 51
5.50
5.48
5. 50
5.61

5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.49
5.49
5.50
5.51

.

s Yield on purchase price from issue date to second extended maturity date is 4.27
percent.

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TABLE 28-A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E S F R O M J U N E 1 T H R O U G H S E P T E M B E R 1, 19521

Issue price_________ ___________________
Denomination---------------------------------------

$18.75
25.00

$37.50
50.00

$75.00

10 0
0 .0

$150.00
200.00

$375.00
500.00

$750.00

1 0 .0
,0 0 0

10,000

(2) From beginning
of second extended
maturity period to
beginning of
each half-year
period

• Redemption values during each half-year period
(values increase on first day of period shown)
Period after first extended maturity
(beginning 19 years 8 months alter issue
date)

E CO N D E X T E N D E D M A T U R I T Y P E R IO D

First M y e a r ......................... 2 (2/1/72)
M to 1 year.....................................(8/1/72)
1 to 1)4 years.................................. (2/1/73)
l}4 to 2 years.............................— <8/1/73)
2 to 2)4 years.____ ______ ______ (2/1/74)
2)4 to 3 years..................................(8/1/74)
3 to 3)4 years..................................(2/1/75)
3)4 to 4 y e a rs -......................... ...(8/1/75)
4 to 4}4 years................................(2/1/76)
4M to 5 years---------------- ------------(8/1/76)
5 to 5)4 years.................................. (2/1/77)
5M to 6 years......... ........................(8/1/77)
6 to 6)4 years___________ ______ (2/1/78)
6)4 to 7 years..................................(8/1/78)
7 to 7)4 years..... ............................ (2/1/79)
7)4 to 8 years....... - .......... - ............ (8/1/79)
8 to 8)4 years....................- ............ (2/1/80)
8M to 9 years..................................(8/1/80)
j
9 to 9j| years................................. (2/1/81)
9)4 to 10 years---- ------- ---------------(8/1/81)

39.33
40.41
41.53
42.67
43.84
45.05
46.29
47.56
48.87
50.21
51. 59
53. 01
54.47
55. 97
57.50
59.09
60. 71
62.38
64.10

$76. 56
78.66
80.82
83.06
85.34
87.68
90.10
92.58
95.12
97. 74
100.42
103.18
106.02
108. 94
111. 94
115.00
118.18
121.42
124. 76
128.20

$153,12
157.32
161.64
166.12
170.68
175. 36
180. 20
185.16
190.24
195.48
200.84
206.36
212.04
217.88
223.88
230.00
236. 36
242.84
249. 52
256.40

$306.24
314.64
323.28
332.24
341.36
350. 72
360.40
370.32
380.48
390.96
401.68
412. 72
424.08
435.76
447.76
460. 00
472. 72
485.68
499.04
512.80

$765.60
786.60
808.20
830.60
853.40
876. 80
901.00
925.80
951.20
977.40
1, 004.20
1, 031. 80
1,060.20
1,089. 40
1,119.40
1,150.00
1,181.80
1,214. 20
1, 247.60
1,282. 00

$1, 531.20
1, 573.20
1,616.40
1,661.20
1, 706.80
1, 753. 60
1,802.00
1,851.60
1,902.40
1,954.80
2,008.40
2,063.60
2,120.40
2,178.80
2, 238.80
2,300.00
2,363.60
2,428.40
2,495.20
2, 564.00

$15, 312
15,732
16,164
16,612
17,068
17, 536
18,020
18, 516
19,024
19,548
20,084
20,636
21,204
21,788
22,388
23,000
23,636
24,284
24,952
25,640

from issue date) ------------------ (2/1/82)

65.86

131.72

263.44

526.88

1,317.20

2,634.40

26,344

SECOND EXTENDED MATURITY
VALUE (29 years a n d 8 m onths

1 This table does not apply if the prevailing rate for Series E bonds being issued
at the time the second extension begins is different from 5.50 Percent. _
2 M onth, day, and year on which issues of June 1, 1952, eater each period. For
subsequent issue months add the appropriate number of 8 months.

Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

$7,500

(3) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to beginning of
next half-year
period

(4) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to second
extended maturity

Percent

Percent.

Percent

0.00
5.4(1
5.49
5. 51
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5.50

5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 49

5. 49
5.49
5.54
5.49
5.48
5.52
5.50
5.40
5.51
5.48
5.50
5.50
5. 51
5.51
5.47
5.53
5.48
5.50
5.51
5.49

3 5.50

8 Yield on purchase price from issue date to second extended maturity date Is 4.2
percent.

TABLE 2 9 -A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E S F R O M O C T O B E R 1 T H R O U G H N O V E M B E R 1, 1952 1

I s s u e p r ic e ---- --------- ---------------------------------D e n o m i n a t i o n . . ...................................................

$18.75
25.00

Period after first extended maturity
(beginning 19 years 8 months after issue — —
date)

$37.50
50.00

$75.00

$150.00

100.00

200.00

$375.00
500.00

$750.00

1,0 0 0
0 .0

(1) Redemption values during each half-year period
(values increase on first day of period shown)
S E C O N D E X T E N D E D M A T U R IT Y P E R IO D

Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

$7,500
10,000

(2) From beginning
of second extended
------------ maturity period to
beginning of
each half-year
period

(3) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to beginning of
next half-year
period

(4) From begin­
ning of each
half-year period
to second
extended maturity

Percent

Percent

Percent
First Y y e a r -.. ...... - ......— 2
(6/1/72)
M to 1 y ear...............- - - ................ (12/1/72)
1 to 1Yt years-............... - ................ (6/1/73)
1J4 to 2 y ears.-.............................. (12/1/73)
2 to 2 )4 years................................... (6/1/74)
2 )4 to 3 years----- ------ - .............. (12/1/74)
3 to 3Yt y e a r s - ................................ (6/1/75)
3 Yt to 4 years------------ ------------ (12/1/75)
4 to 4 Yz years................................... (6/1/76)
4 Yt to 5 y ears................................(12/1/76)
5 to 5 H years................................... (6/1/77)
5 Yt to 6 years...................- ............ (12/1/77)
6 to 6 Vi years.................. - .............. (6/1/78)
6)4 to 7 y e a r s - .............................. (12/1/78)
7 to lYi years................................. .(6/1/79)
7 Yt to 8 years.................................(1 2 /1 /7 9 )
8 to 8 Yt years................................... (6/1/80)
8)4 to 9 years................................. (12/1/80)
9 to 9)4 years................................... (6/1/81)
9Yt to 10 years..............................- (12/1/81)

SECOND EXTENDED MATURITY
VALUE (29 y e a r s a n d 8 m o n th s f r o m
i s s u e d a t e ) ---------------------------- (6/1/82)

$38. 57
39.63
40. 72
41.84
42.99
44.17
45.39
46.64
47.92
49.24
50. 59
51.98
53.41
54.88
56.39
57.94
59.53
61.17
62.85
64.58

$77.14
79.26
81.44
83.68
85.98
88.34
90.78
93.28
95.84
98.48
101.18
103.96
106.82
109.76
112. 78
115.88
119.06
122.34
125. 70
129.16

$154.28
158.52
162.88
167.36
171.96
176.68
181.56
186.56
191.68
196.96
202.36
207.92
213.64
219. 52
225.56
231. 76
238.12
244.68
251.40
258. 32

$308. 56
317.04
325.76
334.72
343.92
353.36
363.12
373.-12
383.36
393.92
404.72
415.84
427.28
439.04
451.12
463.52
476.24
489.36
502.80
516.64

$771.40
792.60
814.40
836.80
859. 80
883.40
907.80
932.80
958.40
984.80
1,011.80
1,039.60
1,068.20
1, 097.60
1,127.80
1,158.80
1,190.60
1,223.40
1,257. 00
1,291.60

$1, 542.80
1,585.20
1,628.80
1,673.60
1, 719.60
1,766.80
1,815. 60
1,865.60
1,916.80
1,969.60
2,023.60
2,079.20
2,136.40
2,195.20
2, 255.60
2,317.60
2,381.20
2,446.80
2, 514.00
2, 583. 20

$15,428
15,852
16,288
16,736
17,196
17,668
18,156
18,656
19,168
19,696
20,236
20,792
21,364
21,952
22,556
23,176
23,812
24,468
25,140
25,832

0.00
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50

66.36

132.72

265.44

530.88

1,327.20

2,654.40

26,544

*5.50

1 This table does not apply If the prevailing rate for Series E bonds being issued at

the time the second extension begins is different from 5.50 percent.

s. -

5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.51
5.50
5.51
5.51

-----------

» Yield on purchase price from issue date to second extended maturity date is 4.31
percent.

2 M onth day, and year on which issues of Oct. 1, 1952, enter each period. For
subsequent issue months add the appropriate number of months.




5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 49
5. 52
5.51
5.49
5. 51
5.48
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.49
5. 51
5.49
5. 51
5. 51

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TABLE 73 A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E S F R O M A P R I L 1 T H R O U G H M A Y 1, 1964
I s s u e p ric e - ................................. ............ .....................
D e n o m in a tio n * ................................ .............................

$18.75
25.00

137.50
50.00

$56.25
75.00

$75.00

$150.00

10 0 20 0
0 .0 0 .0

$375.00
500.00

$750.00

1,000.00

(1) Redemption values during each half-year period
(values increase on first day of period shown)

(2) From
beginning of
extended
maturity
period to
beginning of
each half-year
period

E X T E N D E D M A T U R IT Y P E R IO D

EXTENDED
y e a rs a n d

M A T U R I T Y V A L U E (17
9 m o n th s f ro m is s u e d a te )
(1/1/821

$25. 92
26. 63
27. 37
28.12
28.89
29. 69
30.50
31.34
32. 20
33. 09
34. 00
34.93
35.89
36.88
37.89
38.94
40. 01
41.11
42.24
43. 40

$51.84
53.26
54.74
56.24
57.78
59. 38
61.00
62.68
64.40
66.18
68.00
69.86
71.78
73. 76
75.78
77.88
80.02
82.22
84.48
86.80

$77. 76
79. 89
82. 11
84.36
86.67
89.07
91.50
94.02
96.60
99.27
102.00
104.79
107.67
110.64
113.67
116.82
120.03
123.33

41.59

89.18

130. 20

$103.68
106. 52
109. 48
112.48
115. 56
118. 76
122.00
125.36
128.80
132. 36
136.00
139. 72
143. 56
147. 52
151. 56
155. 76
160.04
164.44
168.96
173.60

$207.36
213. 04
218. 96
224. 96
231.12
237. 52
244.00
250. 72
257.60
264. 72
272. 00
279.44
287.12
295. 04
303.12
311. 52
320.08
328.88
337. 92
347.20

$518. 40
532.60
547.40
562.40
577.80
593. 80
610. 00
626.80
644.00
661. 80
680.00
698. 60
717.80
737. 60
757.80
778.80
800.20
822.20
844.80
868.00

$1,036.80
1, 065.20
1,094.80
1,124.80
1,155.60
1,187.60
1,220.00
1,253.60
1,288. 00
1,323. 60
1,360.00
1,397.20
1,435. 60
1,475. 20
1, 515.60
1, 557. 60
1,600.40
1,644.40
1,689. 60
1, 736. 00

178.36

356.72

891.80

1,783.60

(4) From
beginning of
each half-year
period to
extended
maturity

Percent
5.48
5. 56
5. 48
5.48
5.54
5.46
5.51
5. 49
5.53
5.50
5.47
5. 50
5. 52
5.48
5.54
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.49
5. 48

Percent

5.48
5.52
5. 51
5.50
5. 51
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50

0. 00

$10,368
10,652
10,948
11,248
11,556
11,876
12,200
12, 536
12,880
13,236
13,600
13,972
14,356
14,752
15,156
15, 576
16,004
16,444
16,896
17,360

133.77

(3) From
beginning of
each half-year
period to
beginning of
next half-year
period

Percent

Period after original maturity (beginning
7 years 9 months after issue date)

First' ! a year ---------- ------- ------------ 1(1/1/72)
--------------------------- (7/1/72)
' ■ to 1 year..
,
1 to IH years ------------------------------- (1/1/73)
lYi to 2 years
-----------------------(7/1/73)
2 to 2 -< years -------------------------- ------(1/1/74)
Jj
2\'i to 3 years . _____________________ (7/1/74)
3 t< ‘ l years. ---------------------------------(1/1/75)
:iA
-------------------- (7/1/75)
3>2 to 4 years *
4 to \Y i years. ........ — ----------------------(1/1/76)
4Yi t< < years. -------------------------------.(7/1/76)
>r
>
5 to 5Yi years ---------------------..............(lA/77)
554 to 0 years... ..
.............. ..
. (7/1/77!
0 to aM years—_____________________ (1/1/78)
tiJ-2 to 7 years.. ........................(7/1/78)
7 to 7 Y years . -------------------------- ------(1/1/79)
--------------------(7/1/79)
7Yi to Hyears
8 to 8Yi years .
-------- ---------- (1/1/80)
8Yi to 9 years... ------------------------------(7/1/80)
9 lo 'iYi years - - - - - ----------- -------------- (1/1/81)
<> to 10 years.
Y
------------ ---------------- (7/1/81)

Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

$7,500

10,000

17,836

12a 7
2

1 Month, day, and year on which issues of Apr. 1, 1964, enter each period. For
subsequent issue months add the appropriate number of months.

5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 49
5.49
5.49
5.49
5.48

2 5.50

: Yield on purchase price from issue date to extended maturity date is 4.94 percent.

TABLE 7 4 -A
B O N D S B E A R I N G I S S U E D A T E S F R O M J U N E 1 T H R O U G H N O V E M B E R 1, 1964 1
is s u e p r ic e ___
D e n o m in a tio n

$18.75
25.00

$56.25
75.00

$75.00

100.00

$150.00

20 0
0 .0

$375.00
500.00

$750.00

1,000.00

Approximate investment yield
(annual percentage rate)

$7,500

1 ,0 0
00

(2) From
beginning of
extended
maturity
period to
beginning of
each half-year
period

(1) Redemption values during each half-year period
(values increase on first day of period shown)
Period after original maturity (beginning
7 years 9 months after issue date)
E X T E N D E D M A T U R I T Y P E R IO D

Percent
First Yi year .. ...............................— 2 (3/1/72)
Yi to l year..... - ........... - .....................(9/1/72)
l ‘/ 2 to 2 years ~ .................................. --(9/1/73)
2 to 2Y years... -----................... .......... (3/1/74)
2Y to 3 years. - ........................- ........ -(9/1/74)
u
3 to "iYi years- --------------------------------(3/1/75)
SYi to 4 years.. ..... .......... .....................(9/1/75)
----------- -------------- (3/1/76)
4 to 4Yi years..
4Yi to 5 years.. ......................................(9/1/76) .
5 to •'< i years.. . ................ ........ ............(3/1/77)
Y
hYi to 6 years - --- ---------- ---------------- (9/1/77)
6 to 63^ years. . ----------------------- ---------(3/1/78)
6Yi to 7 years. ..............- ..................... (9/1/78)
7 to 7Yi years ... ------------ ------------------- (3/1/79)
~ Y to 8 years . --------------------------------(9/1/79)
8 to SY years.. .................. — - ..........-(3/1/80)
8Yi to 9 years..
9 to 9Yi years .
9Yi to 10 years. __________________ (9/1/81)
E X T E N D E D M A T U R I T Y V A L U E (17
y e a r s a n d 9 m o n th s f ro m i s s u e d a te )
(3/1/82)

$26. 09
26.81
27.54
28. 30
29.08
29.88
30. 70
31. 55
32. 41
33. 31
34.22
35.16
30.13
37. 12
38.14
39.19
40. 27
41.38
42. 52
43. 68

$52. 18
53. 62
55.08
56.60
58. 16
59. 76
61.40
63.10
64. 82
66. 62
68. 44
70.32
72.26
74. 24
76.28
78. 38
80.54
82. 76
85. 04
87. 36

$78. 27
80.43
82. 62
84.90
87. 24
89.64
92.10
94. 65
97.23
99.93
102. 66
105.48
108.39
111.36
114.42
117. 57
120.81
124.14
127.56
131.04

$104.36
107. 24
110.16
113.20
116. 32
119. 52
122.80
126.20
129.64
133. 24
136.88
140.64
144. 52
148.48
152. 56
156.76
161.08
165. 52
170,08
174. 72

$208. 72
214.48
220. 32
226.40
232. 64
239. 04
245. 60
252. 40
259. 28
266. 48
273. 76
281.28
289.04
296. 96
305.12
313. 52
322.16
331.04340.16
349.44

$521.80
536.20
550. 80
566.00
581.60
597. 60
614. 00
031. 00
648. 20
666.20
684. 40
703.20
722.60
742. 40
762. 80
783.80
805. 40
827. 60
850.40
873. 60

$1,043.60
1,072. 40
1,101. 60
1,132.00
1,163. 20
1,195. 20
1,228. 00
1,262. 00
1, 296. 40
1, 332. 40
1.368.80
1, 406. 40
1,445. 20
1.484.80
1, 525. 60
1, 567.60
1.610.80
1,655. 20
1, 700.80
1, 747. 20

$10,436
10, 724
11, 016
11, 320
11, 632
11, 952
12,280
12,620
12,964
13,324
13, 688
14,064
14, 452
14,848
15, 256
15, 676
16,108
16, 552
17, 008
17, 472

0.00
5.52
5. 48
5. 49
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5. 50
5. 50

44.89

89.78

134.67

179.56

359.12

897.80

1 ,7 9 5 .6 0

17,956

(4) From
beginning of
each half-year
period to
extended
maturity

Percent

Percen t

5.52
5.45
5. 52
5. 51
5. 50
5.49
5. 54
5.45
5. 55
5.46
5.49
5.52
5.48
5.50
5. 51
5.51
5. 51
5. 51
5.46
5.54

5.50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5.50
5. 50
5. 51
5. 51
5. 50
5. 50
5.50
5.54

3 5.50

1 This table doos not apply if the prevailing rate for Series E bonds being issued at
the time the extension begins is different from 5.50 percent.
2 Month, day, and year on which issues of June 1, 1964, enter each period. For
subsequent issue months add the appropriate number of months.




(3) From
beginning of
each half-year
period to
beginning of
next half-year
period

3 Yield on purchase price from issue date to extended maturity date is 4.98 percent.

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