MINT-LARGE LOTS of 100-$10,000 Professional Movie/Video/Photo PROP Money $100 Bill New Style
See Choices and choose your quantities! Maximize your film, video or photo production with this realistic looking $100 US bill pack. Get $10,000 per pack order. If you would like your money wrapped in shrink wrap for a movie or video scene, please send us a note. There is no charge to do this.
This prop complies with all movie prop regulations and is regularly used by our clients in major films, advertisements, photos and videos.
NEED A BIGGER PILE OF MONEY FOR YOUR PRODUCTION? BULK DISCOUNTS 401-589-1790
1 PACK EQUALS 100-$100 BILLS OR $10,000 PER PACK
• Give your films the authentic look with this reproduction $100 Bills. Please note that these bill cannot be altered in any way, the intended use as stated.
• Created by leading industry specialists for the film and movie business, also used in youtube videos, Instagram profiles, music videos, and occasionally used to prank friends and family.
PHOTOS ARE PART OF DESCRIPTION. THE ITEMS PICTURED ARE EXACTLY THE ITEM YOU WILL RECEIVE. YOUR INDIVIDUAL SKILLS IN VIDEO AND OR EDITING SKILLS ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY..THIS ITEM IS WHAT IS USED IN MOTION PICTURES. THANK YOU.
• Also used as play money for casino companies, poker tournaments, monopoly games.
Legal Stuff: Our prop production dollars are designed and created for the film and promotion industry, for use in movies, product promotions, music videos, social media and training only. They are not legal tender, and will not pass as real money.
Inspire Their Imagination: This US currency play money makes a fun and educational toy and is perfect for playing make-believe storekeeper or clerk! Kids will love to mimic their parents as they play let's pretend.
Paper stiffness, heavy. Like the real dollar, feel similar! One package contains 10 pieces of toy banknotes.
Educational Skills: Introduce your children and students to the importance of money while also teaching them valuable math skills.
Looks Like Real Money on Film (your viewers won't know the difference)
Prop Money Looks Like Real Money on Film