1980s Style $100,000 Prop Money - Blank Fillers
- Prix habituel
- $99.00 USD
- Prix habituel
- Prix soldé
- $99.00 USD
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Introduce your production to the perfect prop money with our 10 10k Movie Quality Money Stacks package. This package includes 10 stacks of 10k prop money, each with a bank strap for easy organization and storage. The 1980s series of the money gives it a realistic and authentic appearance, making it ideal for use in period pieces or productions set in the 80s. The package totals $100,000, providing the ideal amount of prop money for your production needs.
The blank filler prop money consists of 1 full print on the top and bottom of each stack with blank paper in between. This gives the prop money a realistic look and feel, making it suitable for use in movie-quality productions. The prop money is of the highest quality, with intricate detailing and realistic designs that will add authenticity to your production.
- 10 10k Movie Quality Money Stacks
- With Bank Strap
- Totaling $100,000
- 1980s Series
- Blank filler prop money consists of 1 full print on the top and bottom with blank paper in between each stack.
The bank strap that comes with the package makes it easy to keep the money organized and secure, so you don't have to worry about it getting lost or jumbled up. It is not legal tender and should not be used for any illegal activities. It is for entertainment and educational purposes only.
In summary, our 10 10k Movie Quality Money Stacks package includes 10 stacks of 10k prop money, each with a bank strap for easy organization and storage, with a total of $100,000. The prop money is of the highest quality, with intricate detailing and realistic designs that will add authenticity to your production. It has an aged look, and it is suitable for film, television, theater productions, and educational use. It is not legal tender and should not be used for any illegal activities. It's a great addition for a production where you need a larger amount of cash, or for educational purposes where you want to show a larger amount of money.
In the early 1980s, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) introduced a new series of dollar bills with improved security features to deter counterfeiting. These features included a watermark, microprinting, and a security thread. The bills of this series were printed with the same design as the previous series, the only change was the improved security features.
During this decade, the US economy was experiencing a period of stagflation, which caused inflation and high unemployment. This led to a decrease in the demand for dollar bills, and as a result, the BEP did not print as many dollar bills as they had in previous decades. This made the 1980s series dollar bills relatively scarce, and they are now considered valuable by collectors.
The 1980s series dollar bills were also the last series to feature the small-sized bills before the introduction of the new series of bills in the 1990s, which had a larger size and different security features. These bills are now considered vintage and are popular among collectors.
NOTE: Prop money is solely designed for decor, tv, films, movies, photography, training and media production.