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how is money made

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Mike Graham

on 9 January 2017

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how is money made?
Dollar bills are printed in multiples on large sheets of special paper that is 75% cotton and 25% linen, created for more durability. Bills over $1 have red and blue strands woven in for security purposes. Dollar bills do not have this feature.
How is money made?
Department of the Treasury first issued paper U.S. currency in 1862 to make up for the shortage of coins and to finance the Civil War.
How Is Money Made
The U.S Bureau of England and printing makes all the county's paper money. There are two places that print money the main building is in Washington D.C another is in Fort Worth, Texas
How Is Money Made
The metal of coins has to be extracted from its natural state, often by mining, and then turned into the required material
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Coins are a little different and more complicated to make than bills. Each coin (and there are lots of them!) has to be approved first for design by the United States Congress, coinage committees, and the Secretary of the Treasury.
The existence of money as a means of buying or selling goods and services dates back to at least 3000 B.C. , when the Sumerians began using metal coins in place of bartering with barley.

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