Thomas Jefferson Money Poster
Paper is poverty - it is only the ghost of money, and not money itself.
Posters are available in different sizes and paper types (ex. matte, semi-gloss). Frames are available.
About this poster:
This was written in a letter to Colonel Edward Carrington on May 27, 1788. Although the advent of money greatly increased the wealth and living standard of society by eliminating the transaction costs inherent in barter, its inception also created a new opportunity for government to commit theft through its debasement. Also, on a similar topic, it can be noted that Jefferson believed that according to the US Constitution, Congress did not have the power to charter banks.