small, unmarked bills pl (plural only) (set phrase) Paper currency which consists of small-denomination banknotes that have not been inscribed with hidden markings which would help authorities identify and trace them.
It's actually part of a security feature designed to help tell real $100s from fake ones. Tilt the bill, and designs along the strip change from bells -- as in, Liberty Bells -- to the number "100," in moving patterns. In fact, the blue ribbon has nothing to do with printing -- it's actually woven onto to the paper.
$2 BillThe first $2 bills were printed in 1862. Excluding the decade from 1966 to 1976, $2 bills were printed uninterruptedly since the Civil War. The Treasury minted several versions of the $500 bill, featuring a portrait of President William McKinley on the front.
United States one-dollar bill(United States)Years of printing1929 – present (Small size)ObverseDesignGeorge WashingtonDesign date1963
Grover ClevelandThe original $1,000 bill featured Alexander Hamilton on the front. When someone presumably realized that it might be confusing to have the same former Secretary of the Treasury on multiple denominations, Hamilton was replaced with that of another president—the 22nd and the 24th, Grover Cleveland.
$5 noteThe $5 note features a portrait of President Lincoln on the front of the note and a vignette of the Lincoln Memorial on the back of the note.
Tokyo Ghoul re: Kichimura Furuta is the main villain of Tokyo Ghoul re.
Manga. Tokyo Ghoul is written and illustrated by Sui Ishida. It began serialization in 2011's 41st issue of Weekly Young Jump, published by Shueisha on September 8, 2011, and the final chapter appeared in 2014's 42nd issue, released on September 18, 2014.