One-dollar and two-dollar bills have city names around the Federal Reserve seal on the left-hand side of the bill. The letter in Federal Reserve Seal is a reference to the city where the Federal Reserve Bank that distributed them is located. For example, C means it was distributed by the Philadelphia bank, K means Dallas, etc.
Higher-denomination bills use a "generic" Federal Reserve seal; the corresponding letter appears as part of the bill's serial number instead.
Many people believe that bills are actually printed in each district, but in fact they're all printed at plants operated by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington and Fort Worth. When a district bank determines more bills are needed, they're printed for the requesting district with the appropriate seals and/or letters, then shipped to the district for distribution.
1 dollar bills
Kate has 28 five-dollar-bills and 32 twenty-dollar-bills.
I believe five 1 dollar bills, two 5 dollar bills, two 10 dollar bills, two 50 dollar bills, five 100 dollar bills, and two 500 dollar bills. I THINK
If you have ten, ten dollar bills you will have one hundred dollars. If you have 100 ten dollar bills, you will have 100 ten dollar bills...
No. Canada has dollar coins instead of bills.
there is 10,560 dollar bills in a mile
100 hundred dollar bills is more money. 900 ten-dollar bills is a bigger stack of paper.
we dont have dollar bills we have dollar coins and they are a bronze color lol
The 500 dollar bills are orange.
no mold grows on dollar bills.
There is no standard collective noun for a group of dollar bills.Collective nouns are an informal part of language. Any noun that suits the context can function as a collective noun; for example, a roll of dollar bills, a wad of dollar bills, a bundle of dollar bills, etc.
You can earn a Dollar by working for anybody willing to pay you, you can sell something for a dollar, or you can make a Dollar by working at the mint where they print Dollar bills.
they're all just your mother in different costumes
Stacks come in different sizes.
Reading the question very carefully, I'd have to say "none". If the stack consists of "900 dollar bills",then there are no "50 dollar bills" in it.But the questioner is probably referring to equivalent values.900 dollar bills have a face value of $900.00 . In order to match that same face value with $50.00 bills,you need 18 of them.
You would get 10 five dollar bills.
If you have 1999 bills you have one more bill than if you have only 1998 bills.
You can spend 2 dollar bills and dollar coins all day long in the United States.
1 Ton of dollar bills is $907,184