The largest bank note the US ever printed was $100,000. It was intended for circulation between branches of the Federal Reserve and featured a picture of Woodrow Wilson. Other large bills are: *The $500 bill - William McKinley *The $1,000 bill - Grover Cleveland *The $5,000 bill - James Madison *The $10,000 bill - Salmon P. Chase
See the link below for a picture and explanation.
No US bill that size has ever been printed. $100,000 is the largest bill ever printed, they were only printed for less than a month from December 1934 to January 1935, and were used for internal transactions between Federal Reserve banks.The largest note for public usage was $10,000, and those have been printed since 1934. The largest note printed in 1995 was $100. No, it does not expire.
The largest Canadian bank note is the $1000 bill.
The largest denomination note released for circulation was for $10,000. The largest denomination ever printed was a small group of $100,000 gold certificates printed in 1934 and 1935; these were only used for transferring money between government departments.
No US bills were ever minted. The term "minting" applies only to coins, bills are printed.The largest denomination note released for circulation was for $10,000.The largest denomination ever printed was a small group of $100,000 gold certificates printed in 1934 and 1935; these were only used for transferring money between government departments.
The fifty pound Sterling note is the largest bank note in circulation in England.
Sorry, but what you have seen is a bogus note that has been printed privately. The largest U.S. note in circulation is $100, and the highest value ever printed was a $100,000 note used for internal money transfers. It never circulated publicly.
A 100 dollar note is the largest.
The largest denomination of the Pound ever printed for circulation was the One Thousand Pound note issued between 1725 and 1745. The largest denomination of the British Pound currently in circulation is the Fifty Pound note. A One Hundred Pound note was issued from 1725 to 1943 and was withdrawn in 1945. The Bank of England has no current plans to introduce a One Hundred Pound note in the foreseeable future. There is a Bank of England One Million Pound and One Hundred Million Pound note, but they are only for use between banks to back up the currency of banknote producing banks such as the Bank of Scotland, etc. Northern Ireland currently has a £100 note which is fairly common.
The current highest value UK bank note is the £50 (fifty pound) note.
The largest Bank of England banknote currently in circulation is the Fifty Pound note. __ The largest british bank note is a 100 million pound (titan) bank note although it usage is restricted - 40 of them exist in total. there is also 1000 1 Million pound (giant) bank notes.
The U.S. has never printed a $1 million note so none of them are real. The largest note printed by the U.S. was a $100,000 note with President Woodrow Wilson's portrait on it (Series 1934). However, these were only used for transactions between Federal Reserve Banks and were not available to the general public. The largest bill currently printed is the $100 bill with a portrait of Benjamin Franklin.
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$15-$25 in Mint Uncirculated condition. There are a few rare issues of this note as it was printed in various locations, maximum value (for a Taipei printed note) is $250.
The Bank of England does not currently issue a £100 note. The old £100 note which ceased to be legal tender in 1945, was white and only printed on one side.
Â£100 note is the largest banknote in the UK, although it is only printed in Scotland and Northern Ireland, not many of these notes are in circulation in England and Wales.
yes, there are No. The biggest legally printed bill was $100,000 It was only used for bank transfers and not a public note.
It looks like this: because there are no million-dollar US bills and never have been. The largest denomination printed for circulation was $10,000; the largest US bill ever made was a series of special $100,000 notes printed for use inside the government.
See the Bank of England link below.
No The largest US bill is currently $100. The largest ever issued for general use was $10,000. In 1934 a small number of special $100,000 bills were printed for use inside the government but they never were put into circulation.
It's not worth anything, because there's no such thing as a real million dollar bill. It's a novelty. The largest denomination ever printed was $100,000.