- A piece of currency can be folded forward and back 4,000 times before it will tear.
- Money is made of mostly cotton, not paper.
- A million $1 bills weigh 2,200 pounds.
- In 2007, it cost around 6.2 cents to print one bill.
- A dollar from 1950 is now worth only $0.12
- In 1920, the purchasing power of money fell so low that the German currency, became cheaper than firewood.
Thursday, September 8, 2011
These facts are all about money: