Full Print, also known as, double sided, are bills that are printed on front, and back, as shown.
Blank Filler means that the bills in the stack/band are blank, as shown on the right. The bill on top and bottom are full print, as shown on the left.
Stacks are bills that are strapped together with a money band.
Bands, also known as a wad, or fold, are bills that are banded together with a rubber band.
Bundles contain stacks that are rubber banded together.
Aged bills have undergone a process to achieve a more realistic look. The result is that the bills are wavier, rather than perfectly straight. Above is a side by side comparison.