Are you talking about the water marks? I thinkthey force counterfeiters to reach a level of sofistication that limits their abilities. If the crowd of fake printers want to try to manufacture dollars, there will be another safeguard to take its place. The key is the government (I can hear groans) staying a step ahead in technology.
Hi john000, thank you for being interested ;yes that to,but also the hidden messages on the notes meaning money.
The "hidden messages" are mostly symbols of the Freemasons, which are a large part of American history. For instance, George Washington was a Freemason and was buried in his mason's robe. Washington, D.C. is literally filled with masonic symbolism. The number 13 is very important to the group...13 stripes on the flag, 13 stars above the eagle on the national shield, the eagle is holding 13 spears and 13 olive branches, etc. I imagine that most have simply forgotten what the symbols mean and so they remain on the money.
by TheHoleStory 24 months ago
How many cars can you find pictured on the back of a ten dollar bill?
by ngureco 5 years ago
If I mark a 20 dollar bill, what are the chances that I will at least handle it again in 10 years?If I have a 20 dollar bill and I mark it before using it to buy chocolates, what are the chances that I will at least get it in my hands in a period of 10 years?
by mikielikie 7 years ago
Would you put your hand in a toilet to pull out a hundred dollar bill even if its dirty?
by zzron 7 years ago
As a legal citizen of America, how do you feel about guns?
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