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    The Alfred E. Neuman Twe Dollar Bill. A whole pack of 'em!

    This is not legal tender. And it's NOT illegal tender either. It's Alfred E. Neuman money.

    Another year we produced this package of Alfred E. Neuman Twe Dollars Bills as a giveaway at trade shows and other media-type conventions. This packet contains 14 identical TWE (Three) Dollar $ Bills. They are a bit smaller than a real dollar bill, most likely because MAD once in trouble by producing a regular sized fake bill that did not please the Treasury Department. This item comes direct from Dick's Gadget warehouse, and is in MINT condition.

    The auction for it is on now and runs through Monday, April 19th 13:42:50 PDT. 2010.

    This auction ended. The Alfred E. money pack sold for $56.00.

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    Reader Comments (2)

    Wow, $56 for the MAD Money... that works out to a bit over $4.00 per each $3.00 bill! ^_^

    September 30, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterStevenErnest

    hahahahaha!!! with these bills I can buy cialis in a free way, I think that your blog is one of the best one, thanks for sharing!!22dd

    March 28, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterpepe cadena

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