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Counterfeit Currency

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A counterfeit U.S. 100 dollar bank note, stamped with the word 'Padelek' in Czech, or 'counterfeit', is seen on display during a news conference at the Czech National Bank (CNB) also known as the central bank in Prague, Czech Republic, on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013. Last year, the Czech National Bank, also known as the central bank identified 3,586 Czech banknotes and coins - worth a total of CZK 3.75 million - as counterfeit or altered money. Photographer: Martin Divisek/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A counterfeit U.S. 100 dollar bank note, stamped with the word 'Padelek' in Czech, or 'counterfeit', is seen on display during a news conference at the Czech National Bank (CNB) also known as the central bank in Prague, Czech Republic, on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013. Last year, the Czech National Bank, also known as the central bank identified 3,586 Czech banknotes and coins - worth a total of CZK 3.75 million - as counterfeit or altered money. Photographer: Martin Divisek/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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February 26, 2013
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A counterfeit US 100 dollar bank note stamped with the word 'Padelek'... News Photo 162766580Bank,Bank Manager,Banking,Bill,Bills,Cash,Center,Coin,Currency,Czech Republic,Display,Eastern Europe,Economy,Europe,Forgery,Home Finances,Horizontal,Note,Police,Prague,Press Conference,Text,USAPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergA counterfeit U.S. 100 dollar bank note, stamped with the word 'Padelek' in Czech, or 'counterfeit', is seen on display during a news conference at the Czech National Bank (CNB) also known as the central bank in Prague, Czech Republic, on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013. Last year, the Czech National Bank, also known as the central bank identified 3,586 Czech banknotes and coins - worth a total of CZK 3.75 million - as counterfeit or altered money. Photographer: Martin Divisek/Bloomberg via Getty Images