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DescriptionEnglish: Front of the U.S. $100 Federal Reserve note.
Obverse of the series 2003A $100 Federal Reserve Note
The Series 1996 $100 bill (see file history) was the first to undergo design changes.
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As listed by the United States Secret Service at money illustrations, the Counterfeit Detection Act of 1992, Public Law 102-550, in Section 411 of Title 31 of the Code of Federal Regulations (31 CFR 411), permits color illustrations of U.S. currency provided:
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Certain coins contain copyrights licensed to the U.S. Mint and owned by third parties or assigned to and owned by the U.S. Mint [1]. For the United States Mint circulating coin design use policy, see [2]; for the policy on the 50 State Quarters, see [3].
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current07:33, 25 November 2012
5,532 × 2,325 (6.34 MB)Markus.VolodymyrЛучшее качество
00:06, 23 May 2008
7,328 × 3,088 (4.61 MB)Niagaracropped out background
20:05, 5 June 2007
7,727 × 3,436 (17.52 MB)Parhamr
09:12, 5 February 2006
800 × 332 (129 KB)Red devil 666best definition
14:56, 27 December 2004
252 × 106 (10 KB)BrokenSegue{{PD-USGov}} 2004 US twenty dollar bill from US Treasury website.
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Camera manufacturerHP
Camera modelHP Scanjet 2400
Date and time of data generation12:31, 8 September 2012
Horizontal resolution300 dpi
Vertical resolution300 dpi
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