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English: Pyramid with the all-seeing eye on the back side of the US 1-Dollar bill
Deutsch: Großsiegel der Vereinigten Staaten auf der Rückseite der 1-US-Dollar-Note. Rückseite des Siegels mit allsehendem Auge auf Pyramide.
Nederlands: Een onvoltooide pyramide op de achterkant van een Amerikaans 1 dollar biljet. Boven deze pyramide staat "Annuit Coeptis" er onder op de basis van de pyramide staat "MDCCLXXVI" en er onder staat "Novus Ordo Seclorum". De tekst is in het Latijns, en het woord Seclorum is een afkorting van Seculorum. Dit omdat men in gedichten wel eens een letter er uit haalde zodat het goed klonk. "MDCCLXXVI" staat voor de datum 1776, in dat jaar op 4 Juli is de onafhankelijkheids verklaring getekend. "Annuit coeptis" staat hier voor "Hij (God) heeft onze handelingen goedgekeurd". En "Novus Ordo Seclorum" staat voor "nieuwe orde der eeuwen" maar is bedoeld als "Het begin van een nieuw amerikaans tijdperk" wat natuurlijk wel het geval is na het tekenen van de onafhankelijkheidsverklaring. daarnaast zijn er ook mensen die het logo verbinden aan complot theoriën en de Illuminati
Русский: Пирамида с «Оком Провидения» («Всевидящим Оком») на обратной стороне купюры достоинством 1 доллар США
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  • 11:52, 5 January 2007 . . S7archild (Talk | contribs | block) . . 477×488 (217,762 bytes) (High resolution scan of the seal on the back of the United States one Dollar bill.)



Pyramid with the all-seeing eye on the back side of the US 1-Dollar bill

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current21:41, 2 August 2019Thumbnail for version as of 21:41, 2 August 20191,645 × 1,645 (2.69 MB)Paddy.84druckfrische Note hochauflösend digitalisiert und Siegel vom Hintergrund hervorgehoben
14:28, 28 February 2019Thumbnail for version as of 14:28, 28 February 2019720 × 726 (415 KB)Opencooperrv: dollar bills are not that saturated. the contrast is also unhelpful
02:21, 29 March 2015Thumbnail for version as of 02:21, 29 March 2015720 × 726 (692 KB)D. Benjamin MillerReverted to version as of 02:18, 29 March 2015
02:21, 29 March 2015Thumbnail for version as of 02:21, 29 March 2015720 × 726 (1.69 MB)D. Benjamin MillerHopefully this works better (my adjustments not showing up for some reason here?)
02:18, 29 March 2015Thumbnail for version as of 02:18, 29 March 2015720 × 726 (692 KB)D. Benjamin MillerSharpness, color, etc adjusted.
15:04, 18 September 2009Thumbnail for version as of 15:04, 18 September 2009720 × 726 (415 KB)QuibikReverted to version as of 05:12, 22 May 2007. Higher detail and more natural color.
01:11, 11 June 2009Thumbnail for version as of 01:11, 11 June 2009520 × 529 (166 KB)Light Warrioradded more sharpness and color in this image.
05:12, 22 May 2007Thumbnail for version as of 05:12, 22 May 2007720 × 726 (415 KB)Mattes{{Information |Description={{de|Pyramide mit allsehendem Auge auf der Rückseite der 1-Dollar-Note (USA)}} |Source= |Date= |Author=de:Benutzer:Verwüstung |Permission= |other_versions= }} [[C
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