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The ten dollar bill bears the portrait of Alexander Hamilton, a non-president. The 100 dollar bill carries a portrait of Benjamin Franklin, also not a president.

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What do you have to do to be a president of the us?

Sign in the paper

Why did they put the president's faces on us paper currency?

They are not all presidents, e.g. Franklin, Chase.

What kind of note is a 20 dollar bill?

Federal Reserve Note. All US paper currencies are Federal Reserve Notes.

What US currency does not contain a presidential face?

All current US bank notes have the face of a US President, with the exception of the 10 dollar bill which has Alexander Hamilton.

How many US Notes are in circulation as of 2011?

Essentially none. The last United States Notes were $100 bills printed in the late 1960s, after which all US paper money has been printed as Federal Reserve Notes. Any US Notes in circulation at that time either wore out eventually, or were removed by collectors due to their distinctive appearance.

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Is gold is used in printing US dollar notes?

No, just special paper and ink.

How many US paper bills show a president?

Five current US notes that show a president : $1 Washington , $2 Jefferson, $5 Lincoln. $20 Jackson. and $50 Grant. The $2 bill is not in common use, but these bills are printed every year, and if you want some, most banks will have some available.

What is the value of a 3 consecutive 2004 20 dollar US replacement notes star notes in crisp fresh-off-the-press condition?

60 dollars in paper money and about 12 cents worthof paper and ink to do the printing.

What does a red seal mean on US paper money?

Red seals indicate a special series of currency called United States Notes. These were issued directly by the federal government rather than by the central bank (the Federal Reserve). US Notes were functionally identical to Federal Reserve Notes and were discontinued in the late 1960s to save printing costs. All modern currency is issued as Federal Reserve Notes.

What does a red seal on a 2 dollar bill mean?

A red seal on a US bill indicates it was issued as a United States Note, a now-discontinued form of paper money. US Notes were issued directly by the Federal Government. They were introduced in 1862 during the Civil War. When the Federal Reserve System was created in 1913 as the nation's central bank it began to assume responsibility for issuing the nation's paper money. However up till the 1960s the government remained legally required to produce a specific fraction of all paper money as US Notes. The two currencies were in fact completely interchangeable - both were backed by the faith and credit of the US, the bills themselves had essentially identical designs, and were printed by the same Treasury facilities. In the mid-1960s the minimum production requirement for US Notes was eliminated as a cost-saving move. The last general-issue US Notes were Series 1963-A $2 and Series 1963 $5 bills, although some Series 1966-A $100 US Notes were issued as late as 1971. Since then all US bills have been familiar green-seal Federal Reserve Notes.

What tree makes money?

Most paper banknotes (including US$) are printed on cotton paper.Australian notes are a polypropylene polymer.