The U.S has witnessed a rich history in paper currency since the 1600s, beginning with the Colonial period. Since the Colonial period, American paper currency has been printed to satisfy the nation’s financial obligations and market demands for more money. This bill printing process, an ever-changing one, has been based on federal laws and advances in technology. Due to this, the American paper currency has witnessed several different sizes, forms, and denominations such as the $100,000 bills. Nowadays, U.S. bills are made with top of the line technological features to safeguard against counterfeiters while providing a sharp image for bill holders and collectors alike.