# How Much Does a 20 Dollar Bill Weigh?

A twenty dollar bill weighs one gram. Whether it is a one dollar bill or a twenty, all American bank notes weigh the same amount. You would need 128 bank notes to equal an ounce.
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All bills in US currency weigh approximately 1 gram, regardless of denomination.
A bill of any face value has the same weight, exactly one gram. It would take you having 128 bills of any value in your hand at one time to make an ounce.
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