Closeup view of the number "1" located in the top right corner of a one-dollar bill. This number represents the denomination of the bill, indicating that it is worth one unit of currency. Surrounding the number "1," you may also see other design elements of the one-dollar bill, such as intricate patterns, symbols, or signatures. These additional details contribute to the overall aesthetics of the bill and provide a context for the number "1 / One" as part of the larger currency design.Image ID#: 32741 / Category: Money / Price: 499$
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