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Make Money In Your Freezer
Slip some Benjamins into your beverage. The plastic Cold Hard Cash ice tray makes six fat stacks at a time and measures 5" x 6" (12.7 x 15.24 cm). A few drops of green food coloring in the water will add realism.
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The $100 bill has been the largest denomination of US currency since the $500, $1,000, $5,000, and $10,000 bills were retired in 1969. $100 then was worth more than $500 in today's dollars, but there are no plans to revive higher-value bills because most big transactions are electronic now. More than 2/3 of all the Benjamins (also called a "C note" for the Roman numeral denoting 100) in print circulate outside of the US, making it a favorite target for counterfeiters the world over (especially in North Korea, whose nearly-perfect bills were known as "supernotes"). The latest redesign with state-of-the-art anti-fraud measures was issued on October 8, 2013. It costs 12.6 cents to make a high-tech $100 bill.