New Peach-Colored $20 Bills to Make Debut Oct. 9

Discussion in 'General' started by SiN-Drome, Sep 9, 2003.

  1. WASHINGTON -- The new peach-hued U.S. $20 bill will be introduced at U.S. banks and businesses Oct. 9, officials plan to announce today, Tuesday's Wall Street Journal reported.

    The introduction into circulation of the new bill, a makeover of a bill previously redesigned in 1998, is meant to thwart increasingly high-tech counterfeiters. And even though it was not meant to be a security measure, the most prominent new feature of the bills, the addition of subtle peach, green and blue background colors, is expected to make counterfeiting harder.

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  2. You'll get used to them. Here in Canada we got our $5 and $10 bills redesigned. They're nice and shiny and colourful. So clean you can eat off them!! Umm on second thought, don't do that.
  3. im not going to mind em... i really dont care for change.. but its not that bad... i actualy kinda like it..then i can tell em apart more

  4. sounds like something the good 'ol government would do, doesnt it;)
  5. wasnt someone from australia juuust sayin that we give them plenty of reasons to laugh at us...hhmm


    wait till the bush 3$ bill in purple comes out

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