This program is designed to provide the historical and chronological development of United States paper money. More than 200 individual banknotes in denominations ranging from the earliest one-dollar bill dating from 1862 to the unique one hundred thousand dollar specimen issued in 1934 are depicted. The newest bills of the 21st century are also included in this extensive database. Both the front and back of each bill is clearly shown and identified.
The issuing dates and series identity is displayed. Each image can be enlarged so that small details can be made more visible. Additionally, the highest price paid for each of these items is indicated.
Whether you are a serious Notaphile (banknote collector), an inheritor of some 19th century U.S. currency or just casually interested in the beauty of design and the art of the engraver, this program should satisfy your curiosity.
Some unique features found in iCa$h:
- 215 different banknotes (most all in full color) with complete description for both the front and back of each bill.
- Does not require an Internet connection - all the data and images are in the program.
- Links to many of the most important web sites relating to U. S. Currency are just a click away. One click return to the program after viewing the web site.
- Any image and its description can be emailed with one click without leaving the program.