Older dollar bills are indeed still in circulation. US bills aren't removed from circulation until they wear out.
Yes. All US bills have some green ink on them, but denominations higher than $2 have multiple colors: $5 - purple and gray $10 - red, yellow, orange $20 - blue, peach $50 - red, white, blue $100 - teal, copper $1 and $2 bills retain the green/black color scheme used on older bills.
by having over $10,000.00 or older bills..
Maybe the Buffalo Bills? They started in 1960 with the AFL (American Football League). Merged with the NFL in 1970. The Bills have been to 4 Super Bowls (all in a row!) and lost each time. There could be older NFL teams that have never won a Super Bowl; I'm not sure.
The Green Bay Packers were founded in 1919 and joined the NFL in 1921. The only team that's older is the Arizona Cardinals, which were founded in Chicago in 1898. The Chicago Bears are the third oldest, beginning in 1920.
If the bills are modern $1 Federal Reserve Notes with green seals, so many have been printed that getting two consecutive ones from a bank or in change isn't a rare event. If the bills are older, please post a new, separate question with their date and what letter, if any, is next to the date.
The Grinch was green, although, in the older version, he appears blue-green.
Current-series (1976, 1995, and 2003) bills with green seals are worth face value only. Some much-older notes are worth considerably more but they don't turn up in circulation very often.
History of money The distribution of cash in the U.S. version has changed with the newer release versions. Older versions had a total of $15,140 in the following amounts/colors: 20 $500 Bills (orange) 20 $100 Bills (beige) 30 $50 Bills (blue) 50 $20 Bills (green) 40 $10 Bills (yellow) 40 $5 Bills (pink) 40 $1 Bills (white) The newer (Sept. 2008) editions have a total of $20,580, with 30 of each bill denomination. In addition, the colors of some of the bills have been changed; $10 notes are now blue instead of yellow, $20 notes are a brighter color green than before, and $50 notes are now purple instead of blue. Beginning the game
I would recomend Blue Buffalo or Nutrish. You can buy these at Petco or PetSmart. If the Papillon is three yearsold or older, you should also get DentaSticks. The dog might have gum disease if he or she is three or older. And with Blue Buffalo, they have basics or regular.