BTW, Angelus, thank you for posting those scans of the bills. The whole "free paper prop" culture going on here is awesome, and is the kind of thing the RPF is supposed to be about.
I don't entirely agree that if someone else were to make their own scans to print out and sell would be quite so evil...the trouble and skills required to clean up the scans and make the printouts are worth a little something, and folks without a scanner or the time/inclination to go to the trouble might actually prefer to buy some ready to go.
(Of course, if they were to use your scans, that indeed would be evil. )
That said, I'd like to contribute in the same "pay it forward" vein. I have made scans of a higher DPI, performed color correction, corrected the warping caused by the book and otherwise tweaked them, resulting in images of more detail. I was going to post lower rez samples but even at one percent quality they were still over 300k and thus too big to Wackychimp.
So here are details:
I have them sized to match the images in the book, 19 x 9.5 cm.
If anyone would like the uncompressed files, .tif or highest quality .jpg, PM me with your email address. The .tifs are 13.4 MB, and the .jpgs are almost 8, so you need a big pipe. I don't have enough webspace to post them online.
I inkjet printed some bills onto 24lb fine linen paper and they turned out great. Can't imagine how they'd turn out on a laser printer.
Thanks again to Angelus and everyone else in the thread, and to Wackychimp.