An automobile included in the scene pictured on the back of the U.S. |
The new Canadian $10 bill is being recalled because it includes a misprint of the poem "In Flanders Fields."
The Canadian $2 bill (or $5 bill or $10 bill) depicts the American flag flying over Parliament.
U.S. law specifies that a creditor does not have to accept more than 100 pennies towards the payment of a debt or obligation.
The letters 'JS' on the U.S. dime represent the initials of Soviet leader Josef Stalin.
A significantly large percentage of U.S. currency bears traces of cocaine.
$2 bills are considered unlucky.
A loon appears on Canada's one-dollar coin because the original dies, featuring another design, were lost in transit.
Some new Wisconsin quarters contain a printing error that makes them especially valuable.
The plastic strip embedded in U.S. bank notes enables the Feds to tell how much money you have on you.
Tale of a Taco Bell employee who refused a
U.S. buffalo nickels are being recalled because the bison depicted is anatomically correct.
New U.S $5 and $10 bills contain printing errors.
A collector deliberately placed three valuable U.S. coins into circulation in
A Canadian banknote included an image resembling a grinning devil behind
A U.S. penny costs more than a cent to make.
Search for counterfeiter of dollar bills lasts ten years.
You can tell counterfeit $2 coins (toonies) circulating in Canada from real ones by the size of the Queen's portrait.
Article explains the origins of the symbolism on the back of the U.S. one-dollar bill.
New Canadian polymer bills melt easily.
Wrapping bills in tinfoil keeps them from being detected by scanning devices.
Canadian $2 dollar bills are worth $20,000.
It is illegal to carry $10,000 or more in cash.
Money — it's the tangible symbol of the economic strength and viability of our country, which makes it prime fodder for all sorts of unusual legends.