Bills are not too thick. For example, every dollar is only 0.0043 inches, the U.S. Treasury reports. If you stack one million dollars vertically (using hundred dollar bills), the stack will be less than 4 feet high. Even a large sum of money may look pretty small. After the jump, you will see the "harvest" of millions of bills and coins.
$205 million seized from a Mexican drug dealer's house
Yep, those are pennies. 100 million of them, as part of Common Cents' Penny Harvest.
A million Euros.
Shredded Money, by artist Jan Henderikse. It hurts just looking at it.
$41 million seized in Columbia.
Seized on a bus in Laredo, Texas. No one claimed it, so if you're looking for a couple extra bucks...
One billion dollars in cash. There are only 10 million of 100 dollar bills gathered on 12 palettes.
ONE TRILLION dollars on the pallets. On the left you can see something that looks like a red trait, well it is a man of average height to show you the scale. And notice those pallets are double stacked.