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How you can verify 1000000 silver certificate issued in 1923?

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I don't believe that there is no 1000000 silver certificate issued by the US in world war 11. my grand father was awarded a 2 1000000 dollars silver certificate after he captured 30 Japanese. If it is not true then i would say that the US Military officer at that time are all liars. They just deceived my grand father by giving a fake money bill which in fact my lolo keep it until he died. We just until now that we the heir of this bill wanted to used it for good. Blood and strength was his capital in fighting the enemies but you says it is fake. I will prove to you that it is really true that there is a 1000000 dollars silver certificate.

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