what is a 1950 C series one hundred dollar bill worth?

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Answered: Why is one thousand dollars referred to as a " grand "

Yes, the etymology of this colloquialism dates back to the early 1900's from a grand sum of money. I believe the first recorded slang version is Amer, not British but I could be wrong.

Answered: What is a 1963 Compton Encyclopedia set worth today

A 1963 encyclopedia is not worth much for reference, because it is out of date. It could be used to look up the periodic table of the elements, but it would only go up to element 102 or 103. You could look up the Korean War but not the Vietnam War. The last 9 presidents would be missing. Many ...

Answered: Where can I buy one dollar life insurance policy online?

Life insurance in the amount of $2500 should cost $1 per month, if you are a woman under age 20. There are a lot of $1 offers that may only apply if you are under 25. Then there are accidental death policies, which don't cover illness. Met Life offers your first month of life insurance for $1 ...

Answered: How much is kennedy half dollar worth?

At least 50 cents, possibly more, depending on year, mint mark, and metallic base. 1964 Kennedy Half (90% silver) - .3617 Troy ounces 1965 through 1970 Kennedy Half (40% silver) - .1479 Troy ounces 1971 and later Kennedy Half (circulation coins) - Do not contain any silver 1976 S mint mark ...

Answered: Buying dollar bills

Yes, buy Dollar Bills. I sell them for a Dollar each. Everyone loves American DOLLAR BILLS! I am a collector.
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How many hundreds are in one tenth?

One tenth is .001 of a hundred. But if the question is about hundredths, ten of those make one tenth.

What is 6800 rubles worth in us dollars

Hi, 6,800 Russian Roubles = 208.5 US$. Here is a site that enables you to convert currencies. Best regards,

I don't really get the concept of reserved ...

The Bretton Woods agreement of 1944 made the dollar effectively the world currency. At that time the dollar was tied to gold at $35 per ounce, and other nations were inflating their currency by printing money. The US had more than half of the world's gold reserves at that time. But in 1971 (after ...

What % of retired people are worth over a million dollars?

I found a survey with 17% of retirees have savings and investments of $250,000 or more, not including the value of their primary residence, or value of pensions. 18% of retirees are very confident that they have enough savings to live comfortably in retirement. Those are probably the ones with a ...