In 1995, U.S. Govt. Introduce The Big Face Hundred Dollar Bill

“Whats in My Pocket Dawwwwwwwg?! Big Face Hunids!!” -Plies
On this date, 12years ago, the U.S. Govt. introduce big face Benjamin Franklin 100 hundred dollar bills.

The first major design change since 1929 took place with the adoption of a contemporary style layout. The main intent of the new design was to deter counterfeiting. New security features included a watermark of Franklin to the right side of the bill, optically variable ink (OVI) that changed from green to black when viewed at different angles, a higher quality and enlarged portrait of Franklin, and hard-to-reproduce fine line printing around Franklin’s portrait and Independence Hall.

So in celebration, listen to some Plies lol.

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Posted: Sep 27 2012
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