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Alexander Hamilton’s Facelift (and more)

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I’m all for redesigning bills to prevent counterfeiting but the $10 bill was redesigned five years ago, in 2000, and two to five years ahead of their schedule of currency updates (according to the Treasury, they want to update it every 7-10 years). I don’t want to say there are better ways to spend taxpayer’s dollars but I just did and there probably are. That being said, I like the way the new one looks and the added colors make it a lot more fun to see. For images of the new bill as well as the new versions of the $20 and $50, click below.



New $10 Bill:
Ten Dollar Front 2005
Ten Dollar Back 2005

New $20 Bill:
Twenty Dollar Front 2003
Twenty Dollar Back 2003

New $50 Bill:
Fifty Dollar Front 2004
Fifty Dollar Back 2004

(All images are from CNN.com)

And I found an article on CNN/Money that lists a few other currency “flops,” coins or bills that were introduced but didn’t last very long. I didn’t even know about the technicolor $20, that bill actually looks pretty cool.

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One Response to “Alexander Hamilton’s Facelift (and more)”

  1. henry says:

    The money with the colors is cool and all, but they don’t distribute them everywhere. Here in Memphis, the only money you see floating around is the non-color money. The cash registers don’t contain them, the ATM’s don’t dispense them. I don’t see the new bills until I visit my parents on holidays, and they live in a small town.

    Things are funny that way.


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