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United States of America 1 Dollar 2009

Item Code: US-530

Obverse: Portrait of George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799), the First President of the United States of
America, painted by Gilbert Stuart. Reverse: The Great Seal of the United States featuring the all-seeing Eye of Providence (a.k.a.
all-seeing eye of Ra, an ancient Egyptian symbol for divinity), an American eagle and a pyramid, which symbolizes the United States.
Signatures: Rosa Gumataotao Rios (Treasurer of the United States); Timothy Franz Geithner (Secretary of the Treasury).
Main colors: Black and green. Material: Cotton and linen blend. Work by: Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson,
Charles Thomson, Francis Hopkinson, Pierre Eugene du Simitiere, William Barton, Gilbert Stuart and the Bureau of Engraving and
Printing. Engraved by: Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Printer: United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

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Dimensions: 156 x 66 mm

Texts: Federal Reserve Note. The United States of America. This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private. One Dollar.
In God We Trust. Washington, D.C. The Department of the Treasury 1789. Annuit Coeptis. Novus Ordo Seclorum. New Order of
Ages. New World Order. Illuminati. E Pluribus Unum. MDCCLXXVI. The Great Seal of the United States.



Facts: Since 1955 the inclusion of "In God We Trust" on all U.S. currency is required by law. It is thought that the purpose of it
was to distinuish the U.S. from "godless communism". Life: The average life of a $1 banknote in circulation is twenty one months
before it is replaced due to wear. Controversy: Number 13 appears repeatedly in the Great Seal as well as being the number of
original colonies. Throughout the seal the number 13 is used 13 times - in the number of stars, clouds around the stars, stripes,
arrows, leaves and berries in the olive branches, feathers in the tail, layers of stones in the pyramid, number of letters in
E Pluribus Unum and Annuit Coeptis.

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