The following is a list of all dates and series letters as of 2015:
Three dollar bills exist but they were never issued by the US government, although the US issued a three dollar coin from 1854 to 1889. Earlier, some colonies printed three dollar bills. When banks were allowed to print money in the early days of the US, some printed legitimate, legal three dollar bills. The Confederacy also produced three dollar bills.
Could you please check that date and/or denomination? There were no dollar coins or bills issued with that date.
The first federally-issued $2 bills were printed in 1862. They were issued as United States Notes, a now-obsolete form of currency.
Yes. All US Dollar banknotes issued since 1861 are still valid.
Washington's portrait has been on all US $1 bills issued since the early 20th century.
As of July 2010 no series 2009 or 2010 $2 bills have been printed.
There were no series letters on 1929 bills, all of which were issued as National Currency bills. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1929 US 5 dollar bill?" for more information.
The US issued $1 bills and $1 coins with that date. Please see the Related Questions for more information.
The last printing was in 1945. However these bills were issued as part of the 1934 series and they carried the series date 1934 A.
Nothing. The US has never issued a million dollar bill. However, many businesses print fake million dollar bills for sale as novelties.
Yes, many millions of them. All US $2 bills were printed as red-seal US Notes from 1928 to 1963. Most $2 bills issued before that also had red seals but weren't necessarily US Notes.
No. The largest note the US has ever issued was a $10,000 Federal Reserve Note.
Many of the bills are valued in price close to $40 each. The amount will vary depending upon the bank that issued the bills and their condition.
Old US $1000 bills carried a portrait of President Grover Cleveland. Some privately-issued bills may have had a woman's portrait, though.
The US issued both $20 coins and $20 bills in 1928. Please see the appropriate Related Question.
Please check again. The first federally-issued $2 bills were made in 1862.
The US did not print any 10 dollar bills with this date. The closest years to 1952 were 1950 and 1953.
There aren't any US bills dated 1936. The special HAWAII-overprint bills issued during WWII all carry a 1935 date. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1935 A US 1 dollar bill with HAWAII on it?"
The US never printed a million-dollar note. There are novelty items that look like $1,000,000 bills but they're intended as jokes.
The first federally-issued $5 bills were printed in 1861 as "demand notes" to help finance the Civil War. The first $5 bills printed as regular-series currency appeared a year later. They were issued as United States Notes, a form of currency that was issued up till the end of the 1960s.
The first $100 US note was issued in 1862 with a bald eagle on the left side of the obverse.
No US dollar coins were issued in 1809.
The first $1 silver certificates were printed in 1886. The last bills were in the 1957-B series which actually ran to about 1965, because modern US bills are dated by their "series" rather than when they were printed. The Related Link shows dates and values for most US $1 bills issued since the Civil War.
No. US one dollar bills were not made in 1950.
Please check again. The first $1 silver certificates were issued in 1886, and there were no federally-issued bills of any kind dated 1800.