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# How much money is a pound of \$20 bills?

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According to the U.S. Department of the Treasury Bureau of Engraving and Printing, every note regardless of denomination is 1 gram. Since 454 grams are equal to 1 pound, 454 \$20 notes equals 1 pound. Therefore, 1 pound of \$20 bills equals \$9,080.

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On the front of the \$20 note, Andrew Jackson, the seventh U.S. president, appears while the back shows the White House. The U.S. Department of the Treasury entered the newly designed \$20 note into circulation in October 2003. Older notes are not devalued but removed from circulation over time. In addition, the Treasury sells 32-note uncut currency sheets in \$1, \$2, \$5, \$10 and \$20 denominations.

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The approximate weight of a bill, regardless of denomination, is 1 gram. A \$100 bill weighs the same amount as any other denomination of U.S. paper currency, because they are all the same size. Since there are about 454 grams in 1 U.S. pound, a pound of \$100 bills is worth \$45,400.