HOW AMERICAN BILLS ARE BRANDED

The first generations of currency in the U.S. did not display the faces of presidents. However, in modern day times, having portraits of leaders on currency is common practice. It’s interesting to note that by law, dollar bills can only be branded with portraits of deceased individuals in the United States. This law took effect in 1886, prohibiting living persons from appearing on postal currency, bonds, securities, or branded monetary notes/bills.

When the government began issuing paper currency, it was decided the style, design, and layout would be in green. The color of the United States newly branded dollar bills was a symbol of stability and prosperity, hence the slang “greenbacks”. Money continues to change and adapt overtime. 3000 Hats shares is in this by continue to grow and change with our customers to provide premium hats in a variety colors, style, and designs.

There are currently seven U.S. branded dollar bills, the one dollar bill, the two dollar bill, the five dollar bill, the ten dollar bill, the twenty dollar bill, the fifty dollar bill, and last but certainly no least the one-hundred dollar bill. All federal reserve notes are a blend of 25 percent linen and a surprising 75 percent cotton. We are happy to introduce a leather patch hat depicting the U.S. currency. This series among others at 3000 Hats expresses state pride on one of kind premium hats depicting figures such as: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, and Benjamin Franklin.

Since 1862, when paper money was first printed we’ve been through a lot. A great deal of change can occur over time (yes, that was a pun). But, regardless of where we are in the world, 3000 Hats will be here with custom hats you can count on. Here at 3000 Hats, our team is excited to continue creating premium hats for you and your family. Like the U.S. we all have a history. Let’s celebrate that history by wearing cool custom hats, together!