new twenties...

Discussion in 'Politics' started by dgmodel, May 13, 2003.

  1. dgmodel

    dgmodel Guest

    anyone have any links to pics of what the new twenty looks like???
  2. the new $20s are supposed to be a color other than green.

    i think it's a good idea to have denominations different colors. just like monopoly money. it's easier to tell what's what.
  3. dgmodel

    dgmodel Guest

    yes yes... however i wanted to actually see it...
  4. dgmodel

    dgmodel Guest

    thank you charles...
  5. Hell, since I got married 9 years ago all I've ever seen leftover in my wallet are 1's anyway, so who gives a shit what the other denominations look like. :D
  6. why the hell do we not print money in different colors? i'm talking like monopoly money. $50s can be red, $20s green, $10s blue, etc.

    this should have been done a long time ago and i have no idea why they still aren't doing it.
  7. msfe


    Euro Banknotes (€ 1 = $ 1.18)
  8. Siwash


    we have
  9. Hey GG,

    The answer is very simple:

    It costs money to print money.

    In fact, as I recall from a WSJ article that I read a number of years ago that the Swiss Franc was hailed as being the most expensive of all notes due to all of the "anti-counterfeiting" techniques that were used ( such as different colored inks, halograms, etc. ).

    I think that the Swissy costs about .06 cents per note to make.

    #10     Oct 11, 2003