The focus is on the portrait of Abraham Lincoln displayed on the five-dollar banknote. The intricate details of the portrait are highlighted, capturing the likeness of the 16th President of the United States. Superimposed on top of the banknote, there are scattered one-cent coins, commonly known as pennies. These coins, often made of copper, bear the image of Abraham Lincoln on the obverse side. The pennies are randomly arranged, creating a scattered and slightly disorganized appearance.Image ID#: 32558 / Category: Money, Designs / Price: 499$
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