On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve announced that this coming October, they will be circulating brand new $100 bills.

On Oct. 8, Fed banks will only pay out the new $100 notes when banks ask for 100s," a Fed spokesperson told the Daily News. "Over time the old notes will be returned and pulled out of circulation."

The new bills have 11 new security features that will counter duplication. There are two huge features though: A 3-D security ribbon woven -- not printed -- into the front of the note. You can tilt the bill to see small liberty bells and 100s slide past.

The second is a picture of the Liberty Bell in gold on the front of the note. The bell changes from copper to green when the bill is tilted.

NY Daily News