User:BigBrotherIsWatchingYou

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This user is a translator and proofreader from French to English on Wikipedia:Translation.
CVU.svg This user despises vandalism and reverts it with extreme pride.
>:-P This user tattles on vandals.
P dove peace.png This user thinks Wikimedia deserves the Nobel Peace Prize
Stop hand.svg This user maintains a strict policy advising against all personal attacks.
Unbalanced scales.svg This user strives to maintain a policy of neutrality on controversial issues.
Smiley.png This user removes personal attacks because it's the right thing to do.
ZT This user supports a strict zero tolerance policy on vandalism.


Citizenships
Flag of France.svg This user comes from France.


About me
Flag of Paris.svg This user lives in Paris. Grandes Armes de Paris.svg


Spoken Languages
en This user is a native speaker of English.
fr Cet utilisateur a pour langue maternelle le français.
de-2 Dieser Benutzer hat fortgeschrittene Deutschkenntnisse.
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This user can write very clearly in Simple English.



What I do on Wikipedia[edit]

I often edit and create pages concerning French politics, and France in General and also translate pages from French to English. I am a member of the Birthday Committee, as well as the Welcoming Committee

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Picture of the Day[edit]

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United States Note, series 1928

The 1928 series of United States Note, the first small-size banknotes issued in the United States. The $2 and $5 bills in this series, which replaced the large-sized notes that had been used since the Civil War, were introduced in 1929, though $1 notes were issued in 1933 in response to the Great Depression. The obverses of these bills were similar to contemporary Federal Reserve Notes, but can be readily differentiated by their red (not green) U.S. Treasury Seals and serial numbers.

This set of three images from the National Numismatic Collection at the National Museum of American History show the first $1, $2, and $5 notes printed. Each has the serial number A00000001A.

See another banknote: $1$5

Banknote: Bureau of Engraving and Printing (image courtesy of the National Numismatic Collection, National Museum of American History)
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