There were 2 shop owners. Shop A sold cigarettes and Shop B sold bread. A man walked over to Shop A and asked the owner for the $10 cigarettes, the man pulled out a $100 note to pay for the item when the owner said he did not have change for a $100 note, so the owner of Shop A popped down to the bread maker of Shop B and gave him a $100 note in exchange for $100 in change. He went back to his shop and successfully sold the cigarettes to the man. The bread maker then ran down and said this $100 note you gave me is a fake, upon closely examining it himself he apologized for his error, took back the fake note and gave the bread maker a real $100 note. How much money did the owner from Shop A lose?