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  1. United States Notes – First small-size issue, Series 1928 (Smithsonian Institution) Image Value Dimensions Main Color; Obverse/Reverse Obverse Reverse $1 United States Note 6.140 in × 2.610 in (155.956 mm × 66.294 mm) Green; Black George Washington: Stylized "One Dollar" $2 United States Note 6.140 in × 2.610 in (155.956 mm × 66.294 mm)

  2. $1 One Dollar Bill. $2 Two Dollar Bill. $5 Five Dollar Bill. $10 Ten Dollar Bill. $20 Twenty Dollar Bill. $50 Fifty Dollar Bill. $100 One Hundred Dollar Bill. $500 Five Hundred Dollar Bill. $1,000 One Thousand Dollar Bill. $5,000 Five Thousand Dollar Bill. $10,000 Ten Thousand Dollar Bill. $100,000 One Hundred Thousand Dollar Bill. $1,000,000 ...

  3. Apr 25, 2017 · George Washington, the founding father and the first president of the United States, is on both sides of the one dollar bill. He has been on the one dollar bill since 1869, seven years after the bill was put into circulation. George Washington has also been on the observe side of the quarter coin since 1924. Thomas Jefferson is on both sides of ...

  4. In late 2004, after the President signed the historic bill passed by the Congress, the Oak tree was officially recognized as the national tree of the United States. The Oak tree was selected as the people’s choice over a four-month-long open voting process hosted by the Arbor Day Foundation.

  5. Billions of them were printed and you can even find some in circulation today. They have a similiar look to the 1935 one dollar silver certificate bills. There is nothing really noteworthy or special about these blue seal notes, and they resemble the modern one dollar bills. There are three different series: 1957, 1957A, and 1957B.

  6. Apr 20, 2022 · Most people have never seen a two-dollar bill because they were never widely circulated in the U.S. economy. Since the United States first printed two-dollar bills in 1862, it never found favor with the American public. Early two-dollar bills were almost twice the size of today's two-dollar bills and are known as "large size" bills.

  7. Star notes are replacement bills that the United States Federal Reserve printed. These star notes are more rare and thus more valuable. You can tell if you have a star note by looking to see if there is a star symbol at the end of the serial number. Most 2003 series $2 star notes are worth around $35 in uncirculated condition with an MS 63 grade.

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