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The dollar very closely: The U.S. ticket hides a "treasure" of curiosities on paper

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The July 30, 1956, President Eisenhower signed into law the adoption of the phrase 'In God We Trust ", official motto of U.S. which has since been printed in U.S. dollars. What are the most curious facts surrounding this bill? The Interfax news agency published a list of the 11 most interesting facts about the U.S. dollar. 1. In God We Trust There are several theories about the origin of this expression. According to popular assumptions, the phrase was taken from the U.S. national anthem 'The Star Spangled Banner'. For the first time this expression appeared in 1864 on the coins of 1 and 2 cent. Then he appeared in gold and silver coins and coins of 5, 25 and 50 cents. Finally, it was officially approved in 1956 to deal with the currency of the atheistic Soviet Union. 2. Short-term money Tickets 50 and $ 100 can remain in circulation until eight years. The $ 20 bills in circulation an average of two years, while the life of a dollar is of only 18 months. But even if the ticket is worn and broken, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing U.S., which is responsible for the 'production' of the national currency, will restore if kept at least half of the ticket. 3 Rag tickets In fact, tickets are not made of paper. So last longer are manufactured from compounds of cotton and linen. 4. Money is unhealthy According to research conducted by experts from Ohio, in 94% of tickets have bacteria, although most of them are not dangerous. However, in 7% of banknotes found pathogens, including bacteria of pneumonia and Staphylococcus. 5. Cocaine is mounted on the dollar But the dollar is not just for bacteria. A 2009 study conducted by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth found that 90% of banknotes in circulation contains traces of cocaine. The drug is impregnated in the ticket after use for inhaling cocaine. 6. The Pyramid of Dollar In the ticket of a dollar appears unfinished pyramid which is part of the Great Seal of the United States. Above the pyramid is the Latin phrase "Annuit Cœptis' (justified things started) and below it   'Novus Ordo Seclorum' (New Order of the Ages). In addition, figure 'The all-seeing eye'. The conspiracy theorists interpret these and other elements such as Masonic. 7. The $ 100 bill has time In the new $ 100 bills appears an Independence Hall tower in which the clock strikes 4:10. In this case, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing says he does not know why he chose this moment. 8. Dollars Misogynist? Only once in the history of the United States appeared the image of a woman on a ticket. In 1886, a portrait of Martha Washington was placed in the front of the silver certificate one dollar with this image of her husband, the first U.S. president George Washington. 9. Tickets hundred thousand dollars The highest value banknote U.S. was $ 100,000, had the stamped image of President Woodrow Wilson, and was printed in full gold rush in 1934. They were used only for the calculation of the Federal Reserve Bank, and were not put into circulation. Seven of those certificates have survived until today. 10. The most expensive ticket In 2006 a ticket of 1890 of $ 1,000 sold for more than $ 2 million. It included General George Gordon Meade, commander of the Northern Army at the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. 11. Trees near the White House The Elms represented in $ 20 bills really grew near the White House. However, since 2006 there are no trees there: failed to withstand the test of time and rains. On the back of the $ 20 ticket shows President Andrew Jackson. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="630"]Dollar Coribis[/caption] From Actualidad.rt.com
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