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On the back, there's a large golden 100 to help those who are visually impaired.
The image on the left is a plate used in the $100 bill printing process and there's a sheet of freshly printed $100 bills on the right.
The new $100 bill is scheduled to be the first one with current Treasury Secretary Tim Geitner's (left) signature. But the government will be forced to print the older version with former Bush Treasury Secretary's signature to keep enough bills in circulation.
There are about 6.6 billion $100 bills in circulation at one time so this fiasco accounted for about 1/6 of the total number.
Others in the photo: Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke, Treasurer Rios, and United States Secret Service Deputy Director Prewit on the right.