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Taurus
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Does anyone know of a place selling 1 Million Dollar Bills...

I ask this because I seem to have a large container of at least 500 in my basement and was wondering what a reasonable price would be if I where to sell them.
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5 for 3.99 is the price I've seen.
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It would depend on the quality, some are made of regular paper and some of the same type paper as real paper money.

I bought a pack of 100 a few years ago for 25 cents each (regular paper) that I used as a give-away after a bill switch.

I've seen the ones made of "real money" paper advertised on-line for 50 cents each.
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The custom million dollar bills are $97 for 500.

http://www.photobucks.com/
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Thank you for your replies,

If this makes a difference, they are canadian currency, and are thicker than normal bills.
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Are they different that the ones you can purchase at Tony's Trick and Joke Shop? Those were printed on real currency stock, and priced about $10+ each. But I've seen other types way less expensive at Canadian Tire, that were about $1 each.

Depending upon the quality, I might be interested in them, for a project, especially if they are fairly inexpensive. I've been seeking bulk quantities of Canadian $1 Million bills.

Are they colourful?

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On 2006-08-27 18:40, Donald Dunphy wrote:
Are they different that the ones you can purchase at Tony's Trick and Joke Shop? Those were printed on real currency stock, and priced about $10+ each. But I've seen other types way less expensive at Canadian Tire, that were about $1 each.

Depending upon the quality, I might be interested in them, for a project, especially if they are fairly inexpensive. I've been seeking bulk quantities of Canadian $1 Million bills.

Are they colourful?

- Donald


These aren't the ones that you can buy from Tony's (heck, I didn't know they even sold them)

They are purple...
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Donald Dunphy
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Is it the paper or ink that's purple?

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Taurus
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On 2006-08-27 18:47, Donald Dunphy wrote:
Is it the paper or ink that's purple?

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Sorry, it is the ink...

Heres a few pictures...

http://i1.tinypic.com/25sc5mq.jpg

http://i3.tinypic.com/25sbsb6.jpg
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