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I would be very grateful if you could tell me why a Pound Sterling is also called a "quid."
During World War II the U.S. used $1 bills that were stamped with the word "Hawaii" on them. Could you explain a little about them and maybe something about their value today?
Is it true that an African-American women by the name of Selma Burke designed the dime?
Where did the dollar sign originate?
Which EU members are using the euro as a currency? Is EU different from EEC? What does EEC stand for?
What was the highest denomination of bill the U.S. Treasury ever printed and which president is on it?
Line up the nickel, the dime, the quarter, and the penny. Why are the other presidents turning their backs on Abraham Lincoln?
What does NASDAQ stand for?
What do social security numbers mean? What do the numbers tell you about someone?
What is the order that the new U.S. quarters are being produced? And how often will a new coin be introduced?
When did the people start paying federal income tax?
What do the three balls on a pawn shop signify?
What appears on the "tails" side of the dime, and what do these symbols mean?
What kind of car is on the back of the $10 bill?
Whose face is on the U.S. dime?
I have heard that 1943 steel pennies are worth a lot of money. I just happen to have one. Any idea how much it's worth?
What were the 12 orginal stocks that made up the Dow Jones Industrial Average?
Is there a million dollar bill? If so, whose picture is on it?
How much do the representatives in the house get paid yearly?
Why is the dime smaller than the nickel?
Is there still a $2 bill?
Why does the US keep introducing dollar coins even though nobody seems to use them?