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Crane & Co. banks on Visual Physics

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2008
Amanda D. Francour, amanda.francoeur@laurin.com

DALTON, Mass. – Crane & Co. Inc., manufacturer of the nation’s paper currency, has signed an agreement with Nanoventions, a micro-optic solutions provider in Atlanta, to purchase its subsidiary Visual Physics. The acquisition will provide Crane with rights to Motion, a high-tech micro-optic banknote security feature, and with ownership of Unison, an anticounterfeiting technology.

The next banknote to be redesigned is the $100 bill, which will have a micro-optic strip woven into its thread. Crane expects to have this new security feature by next year.

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