Who is the other face on the 100 dollar bill?

Who is the other face on the 100 dollar bill?

father Benjamin Franklin
Statesman, inventor, diplomat, and American founding father Benjamin Franklin has been featured on the obverse of the bill since 1914. On the reverse of the banknote is an image of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, which has been used since 1928.

How many $100 bills are in a strap?

ABA Standard (United States)

Strap Color Bill Denomination Bill Count
Violet $20 100
Brown $50 100
Mustard $100 100
Black $100 1000

How much of a $100 dollar bill can be missing?

50% or less of a note identifiable as United States currency is present and the method of mutilation and supporting evidence demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Treasury that the missing portions have been totally destroyed.

How can you tell if a $100 bill is counterfeit?

The letters “USA” and the number 100 alternate along the strip, which is visible from both sides of the note.

  1. If you hold the bill up to UV light, then the strip should glow pink.
  2. You can also purchase a counterfeit detector which shines UV light, which might be helpful if your business handles a lot of bills.

Who’s on the $1000 bill?

Grover Cleveland
The original $1,000 bill featured Alexander Hamilton on the front. When someone presumably realized that it might be confusing to have the same former Secretary of the Treasury on multiple denominations, Hamilton was replaced with that of another president—the 22nd and the 24th, Grover Cleveland.

Are old US 100 bills still valid?

The old bills are still valid and are worth precisely $100 each (the old bills were not taken out of circulation when the new bills were put in, unlike what usually happens elsewhere).

Is a Dollar Bill 6 inches?

Is a Dollar Bill 6 inches long? SIZE: US currency bills are are 2.61 inches wide and 6.14 inches long; they are . 0043 inches thick and weigh 1 gram. PRODUCTION OF DOLLAR BILLS: It costs the US government 4.2 cents to produce a U.S. bill.

How many $100 bills does it take to make $10000?

100 $100 bills
There are 100 $100 bills in $10,000.

Is half a $20 bill worth anything?

Is half a bill worth anything? A torn bill consisting of more than three-fifths of the note is worth full value. A bill is worth half if between 40% and 60% of the bill remains intact. It is worth nothing if less than this remains intact.

Will an ATM take a taped bill?

You can use your cash as is if a corner is missing. If it’s ripped into two pieces, tape them back together and take the bill to a bank, where they will make sure the serial numbers on both sides of the note match and give you a new one.

What color do fake 100 bills turn?

What color does a counterfeit pen turn? A counterfeit pen reacts to the starch found in most types of paper. Genuine U.S. currency is printed on paper that does not have starch. Therefore, if the bill is genuine, the ink will turn yellow and if it’s fake, the ink will turn black or dark blue.

Why does my 100 dollar bill not have a blue stripe?

Yellow seal North Africa notes are also missing the $100 denomination from its print run. Some people feel that waving around big bills makes them look like hot stuff. Like virtually every other aspect of currency design these days, the blue line is a security feature designed to foil potential counterfeiters.