Dollar bills in circulation
US Dollar bills in general circulation
US Dollar bills are changing!
The New Color of Money: Safer, Smarter, More Secure. I n keeping with the strategy of maintaining the security of US currency by enhancing the designs every 7 – 10 years, a new series of US currency is being issued, beginning with the $20 note which entered circulation on October 9, 2003, followed by the $50 note which was issued on September 28, 2004. The next denomination to be introduced in the series was the $10 note, which will be issued on March 2, 2006.
The $100 note is also slated to be redesigned, but a timetable for its introduction is not yet set. The US Government has no plans to redesign the $5 note at this time and the $1 and $2 notes will not be redesigned.
For more information about the new currency designs: www.moneyfactory.com
One Dollar Note ~ $1
Great Seal of the United States
Two Dollar Note ~ $2
The Declaration of Independence
Five Dollar Note ~ $5
The Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC
Ten Dollar Note ~ $10
Twenty Dollar Note ~ $20
The White House, Washington DC
Fifty Dollar Note ~ $50
Ulysses S. Grant
U.S. Capitol, Washington DC
One Hundred Dollar Note ~ $100
Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA