Spider (or owl) on the one dollar bill

On the front (George side) of the one-dollar bill, in the upper right-hand corner sitting just to the upper-left of the number 1 is a spider. A magnifying glass may be necessary to see it clearly. It's also claimed that it's an owl, the icon of Bohemian Grove* and therefore carries some hidden message.

It's looks more like a spider to me, which makes sense as the bill is covered in spiderweb-like lines (probably an early anti-counterfeiting technique). Also, notice the delicate shading on the leaves. I'd say the artist had a sense of humor and decided to create an early Easter egg considering the hours that must have gone into drawing the template for the bill.

*This link will take you to the website rotten.com that has images that may be offensive.

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