For more Last Look, watch GPS, Sundays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN
Watch the video for a first look at the new $100 bill. When the government released a sneak peek last week, critics in America were less than thrilled about the new Franklin. It seems Americans like their greenbacks green, and many were taken aback by the shades of purple and orange.
But perhaps Ben Franklin's more important constituency today is overseas. After all, almost two-thirds of all $100 bills circulate overseas, not stateside, according to a study by one of the government's own economists.
And perhaps that's fitting for a bill festooned with images of a man who lived and loved the ex-pat life, first in London to represent colonial Pennsylvania and then in Paris to represent the young United States.
But what would Franklin, a printer, make of the high-tech anti-counterfeiting measures that are meant to stop people from printing his image?