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Fun Facts About Money

One million one dollar bills weigh:
1,000,000 (one million) grams
OR
35,273 ounces
OR
2,204 pounds
OR
1.10 tons

One million five dollar bills weigh:
200,000 grams
OR
7,054 ounces
OR
440 pounds
OR
.22 tons

One million ten dollar bills weigh:
100,000 grams
OR
3527 ounces
OR
220 pounds

One million twenty dollar bills weigh:
50,000 grams
OR
17.63 ounces
OR
110 pounds

One million fifty dollar bills weigh:
20,000 grams
OR
705 ounces
OR
44 pounds

One million one hundred dollar bills weigh:
10,000 grams
OR
353 ounces
OR
22 pounds

* weight is only approximate as the condition/age/etc of the bill determines the exact weight.


Whose face is featured in the portraits/pictures on U.S. paper currency?
$1 Note (Face) - George Washington (1st U.S. President) (Back) - The Great Seal of the United States
$2 Note (Face) - Thomas Jefferson (3rd U.S. President) (Back) - Signing of the Declaration of Independence
$5 Note (Face) - Abraham Lincoln (16th U.S. President) (Back) - Lincoln Memorial
$10 Note (Face) - Alexander Hamilton (1st Secretary of the Treasury) (Back) - U.S. Treasury Building
$20 Note (Face) - Andrew Jackson (7th U.S. President) (Back) - White House
$50 Note (Face) - Ulysses Grant (18th U.S. President) (Back) - U.S. Capitol
$100 Note (Face) - Ben Franklin (Statesman) (Back) - Independence Hall
$500 Note* (Face) - William McKinley (25th U.S. President) (Back) - Numeral 500 and the ornamental phrase "Five Hundred Dollars"
$1000 Note* (Face) - Grover Cleveland (22nd & 24th U.S. President) (Back) - Numeral 1000 and the ornamental phrase "One Thousand Dollars"
$5000 Note* (Face) - James Madison (4th U.S. President) (Back) - Numeral 5000 and the ornamental phrase "Five Thousand Dollars"
$10,000 Note* (Face) - Salmon Chase (U.S. Treasury Secretary under Lincoln) (Back) - Numeral 10,000 and the ornamental phrase "Ten Thousand Dollars"
$100,000 Note* (Face) - Woodrow Wilson (28th U.S. President) (Back) - Numeral 100,000 and the ornamental phrase "One Hundred Thousand Dollars". This note never appeared in general circulation, and was only used in transactions between Federal Reserve Banks

* = Notes no longer in print or circulation
 

The average life span of a Federal Reserve Note varies by denomination:

Denomination

Life Span
$ 1 ...............
$ 5 ...............
$ 10 .............
$ 20 .............
$ 50 .............
$100 ............

22 months
16 months
18 months
24 months
55 months
89 months

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