On US currency, $100-$5 bills minted in US from 2000 to present, on the reverse side of this bill in the lower right hand corner the denomination of the bill is printed larger then elsewhere on the bill. Why is that?
#110879. Asked by 29CoveRoad. (Nov 19 09 9:56 AM)
"Low-vision feature. A large dark numeral in the lower right
corner on the back of the note makes it easier for people
with low vision to identify the note’s denomination."
I've watched 'The Bill' since it started. These questions relate to the early series, way back in the 80s. I hope these multiple choice questions will be entertaining and informative to all the other original fans out there.
"Ask FunTrivia" is for entertainment purposes only, and answers offered are unverified and unchecked by
FunTrivia. We cannot guarantee the accuracy or veracity of ANY statement posted. Feel free to post an updated
if you feel that an answer is inadequate or incorrect. Please
thoroughly research items where accuracy is important to you using multiple reliable sources. By accessing our
website, you agree to be bound by our terms of service.