In this closeup image, there are several American one hundred dollar bills arranged next to and on top of each other. The bills are the primary focus of the image and are set on a wooden surface, adding a natural and textural element to the composition. The prominent feature of the one hundred dollar bills is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Franklin's portrait is located in the center of the bill, capturing his dignified expression and his signature white hair. Adjacent to Franklin's portrait, there is a blue security line that runs vertically across the bill. This line incorporates intricate designs and patterns, serving as a security feature to prevent counterfeiting. Its vibrant blue color adds visual interest and contrast to the composition. The one hundred dollar bills are neatly arranged, with each bill partially overlapping the one beneath or beside it. This arrangement creates a sense of depth and dimension in the image, drawing attention to the details of the currency.Image ID#: 32772 / Category: Money / Price: 499$
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