The changing face of U.S. currency
We're all familiar with the latest U.S. currency. And thanks to anti-counterfeiting efforts, America's paper money is looking more high-tech than ever.
But have you ever wondered what the earliest American money looked like-- everything from Colonial Notes and Continental Currency to the Half Dime and the Silver Dollar?
Sandy Jones offers a great photographic collection of U.S. currency. Take a tour.
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