Who Is On The Ten Thousand Dollar Bill?

what is the highest demonimation of money?

like is it a ten thousand dollar bill or a hundred thousand? i really wanna know!

In the past there were $500 through $100,000 dollar bills that are no longer printed or used. The $100,000 dollar bills were used for exchanges between federal reserve banks back in the 1930's. Today, the largest bill printed is the 100 dollar bill.

What happened to the dollar bills with each presidents face on it and why does the United States only have the?

One dollar bill five dollar bill twenty dollar bill fifty dollar bill and the hundred dollar and you can see a 2 dollar bill every once in a while

Because we dont need freaking 3 dollar bills, we just use the basic. The treasury changes money structure to reduce and hopefully stomp out counter fitters.

How can I get a ten dollar bill in 1968 currency or earlier?

history project. I have to bring a genuine ten dollar bill from earlier than '68, and a new one. where can i get the first?

Old bill are usually in the hands of collectors. You can buy one. Many antique and coin shops deal in old bills. Some pawn shops will also have them. However, the reason that you were given this assignment is to show you all of the people who might be a collector. If you start asking around, it is very likely that a friend or relative will have old dollars stashed away. Ten dollar bills will be harder to find than singles, but ask around and you might fine one in the strangest places. And no, you can't have mine.

Is a one dollar bill made of a different material from a five dollar bill or other bills?

My friend's mom once told me that a one dollar bill is made of a different material from a five dollar bill, ten dollar bill, and so on so forth. Is that true? If so, what are each bill made of?

Nope. The base paper is the same 75% cotton, 25% linen blend in all the bills (assuming you're talking about US dollars). Anything higher than a $5 bill has a watermark in the paper, so the sheets aren't interchangable, but the paper construction is the same.

Interestingly, the cotton comes from jeans manufacturers like Levi Strauss, who sells their scraps and off-cuts to Crane & Co. in Massachusetts, which is the company that makes the paper.

What is a ten dollar note?

I have to write a technical paper explaining what a ten dollar note is, but I have no idea it means, and research hasn't helped at all.

It's the same as a ten dollar bill. They are Federal Reserve notes.

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