一般在美元中显著的位置（硬币就在人物头像的下方，纸币上的一般位于反面中线的上方）有一句标语"In God We Trust"(我们信仰上帝）。
On US dollar bills, we often see signs made of letters, numbers or patterns, some of which are used to identify the real US dollar bills and some of which are used only to promote religious beliefs.
A prominent position In the dollar (the coin is just below the head of the character and the note is usually above the reverse midline) is marked by the slogan "In God We Trust" .
The inscription first appeared on a two-cent coin in 1864. Since 1955, Congress has made it a legal national slogan. It is now required by law to appear on all U. S.
coins and paper bills. The first paper notes appeared in the 1957 series of one-dollar "silver certificates" and began appearing in the 1963 series of "Federal Reserve notes" .
The million has a very high historical and cultural value as well as a collection value .