A dollar weighs one gramme, according to the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Every denomination of a US banknote has the same weight.
There are 454 notes in a pound because there are 454 grammes in a pound. These currency notes are also made of 75 percent cotton and 25 percent linen, and can endure 4,000 double folds before splitting, according to the Bureau. Green ink is extremely chemically resistant, and the colour indicates strong and stable credit. The $100,000 banknote, which was only used for Federal Reserve operations in the 1930s, was the highest note ever printed.
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