What Kind of Paper Is Money Made from?

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The paper money is made from is called rag paper. This paper is made from cotton or linen, like cloth. This is because it has to be durable and long lasting.
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The paper that is used for our nations money is a mixture of linen and cotton. Also different fibers of red and blue synthetic fibers are distributed throughout the bill. You can find more info at: www.moneymuseum.com
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