How many 1000 dollar bills are in 1 million dollars?
The answer is easy - ALL "one million dollar" or "one billion dollar" bills are fake. They're novelty items you can buy in a gift shop or online for a few dollars. $1000 is the largest-denomination silver certificate ever printed. $10,000 is the largest bill ever printed for circulation. $100,000 is the largest bill ever printed, but these were never circulated.
500 dollars and 1000 Dollars. Correction. Those are the FACE values of the bills; i.e. the amount you could spend them for. But high-denomination bills haven't been printed since 1945 and are worth more to collectors so you could get more money by selling them instead of spending them. Please see the Price Guides below for more information.
If it is a United States 1000 dollar bill, the it is worth.....1000 dollars US. The US treasury accepts all bills produced in the last 100 years at their Numerical Value which is printed on the paper. Maybe you can get a few bucks more if it is historically important(famous bank robbery/Nicholas Cage's last 1000 dollar bill) and a private collector is interested.
It's simply a saying (colloquialism). To try to get a true answer to the question, you would need to know the exact weight of a coin or bill and divide it into 2000 pounds. One $100 bill weighs about a gram. A thousand $100 bills would be 1 kilo ($100,000). So 1 million dollars would weigh 10 kilos or around 22 lbs. A metric ton would in $100 bills would be worth a hundred million…