What Is a Dollar Bill Made of?

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A dollar bill is made of wood pulp containing crane paper and a cloth mixture of linen, cotton and silk. This mixture is then added red and blue fibre so that it can add texture and variety to the bill making it hard to counterfeit.
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Dollar bills are made from special paper known as crane paper. The paper is a combination blend of cotton and linen that produces a rare paper that our money is ...
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