Money isn’t made out of paper; it’s made out of linen.
The dollar was established as the official currency of the US in 1785.
They no longer make a $1,000 bill, but President Grover Cleveland’s image appeared on it at the time it was being printed.
Woodrow Wilson was the face of the $100,000 bill. It was never circulated but was used by the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department.
A million dollars’ worth of $100 bills weighs only 22 lb.
The first coin minted in the United States was a silver dollar. It was issued on October 15, 1794.
As of 1976, there were approximately 375 ten-thousand dollar bills in circulation in the United States.