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Closeup Of New And Old Hundred Dollar Bill With Benjamin Franklin Portrait

Closeup Of New And Old Hundred Dollar Bill With Benjamin Franklin Portrait

This image presents a close-up view of two US one hundred dollar bills. The first bill, an old version, is partially folded in the center, with Benjamin Franklin's face prominently featured on the folded part. Underneath the folded old bill lies a new version of the one hundred dollar bill. The lower portion of Benjamin Franklin's portrait is visible, along with the distinctive security blue line running horizontally across the bill. The rest of the new bill's design, including additional security features and intricate details, can also be seen. Adjacent to these two banknotes, there appear to be other currency notes, although the specific details and denominations of these adjacent notes are not described in the image. The contrast between the old and new one hundred dollar bills illustrates the evolution of the design and security features in US currency over time.

Image ID#: 8505 / Category: Money / Price: 499$
Closeup Of New And Old Hundred Dollar Bill With Benjamin Franklin Portrait
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