The Watermelon $1000 Bill and Other Facts about U.S. Currency

Nick Digilio

A close-up of the reverse of the US-dollar bill is seen on December 7, 2010 in Washington, DC. Security features found in United States currency are selected after extensive testing and evaluation of hundreds of bank note security devices, many of which are used successfully by other countries with lower production and circulation demands. (photo credit: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

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This article about 30 hidden secrets of the $1 leads Nick Digilio to talk about the $1000 bill nicknamed the ‘Watermelon.’

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