Money Hacks Carnival No. 26: Old Money Edition

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Madoline and I have a fondness for history and all things old, so the theme for today’s carnival is “Old Money.” While credit cards, online banking and checks are great modern commodities, they just don’t have the charm of good, old fashioned money – in other words, cash. We hope you enjoy this tour through United States Treasury history and the art to be found in currencies of the past.

1934 Series $100,000 USD Bill (Woodrow Wilson)
1934 $100,000 USD Bill (Woodrow Wilson)

Editor’s Picks

1918 Series $10,000 USD Bill (Salmon P. Chase)
1918 $10,000 USD Bill (Salmon P. Chase)

Frugality & Saving Money

1918 Series $5,000 USD Bill (James Madison)
1918 $5,000 USD Bill (James Madison)

Shopping

1928 Series $1,000 USD Bill (Grover Cleveland)
1928 $1,000 USD Bill (Grover Cleveland)

Money Management

1928 $500 USD Bill (William McKinley)
1928 $500 USD Bill (William McKinley)

Debt & Credit

1880 $100 USD Bill (Abraham Lincoln)
1880 $100 USD Bill (Abraham Lincoln)

Economy

1891 $50 USD Bill (Edward Everett)
1891 $50 USD Bill (Edward Everett)

Career

1905 $20 USD Bill (George Washington)
1905 $20 USD Bill (George Washington)

Investing

1901 $10 USD Bill (Meriwether Lewis & William Clark)
1901 $10 USD Bill (Meriwether Lewis & William Clark)

Book Reviews

1886 $5 USD Bill (Ulysses S. Grant)
1886 $5 USD Bill (Ulysses S. Grant)

Other

1862 First official $1 Bill of the United States (Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasurey under Abraham Lincoln)
1862 First official $1 Bill of the United States (Salmon P. Chase)


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