There is no one million dollar bill and never has been.
Actually, yes, such a bill was made. Just not by the US government for legal tender. Not a photoshop hoax.
There is no such thing as the German dollar. The currency in German is the Euro (symbol '€'). The largest Euro banknote is €500.
No one, because there is no such thing as a $1 million bill. Remove a zero to make it a $100,000 bill and the answer is President Woodrow Wilson.
No, nor has a genuine million dollar bill ever been printed in any year.
The 1,000 dollar bill was discontinued in 1964.
There's never been a US "million dollar" bill. They're novelty items that you can buy in a gift shop for a few dollars.
The U.S. has never printed a $1,000,000 bill. Any you might find are merely novelties, NOT genuine currency.
The five dollar bill and the Lincoln Penny is what Lincoln is on. The dollar bill was made in honor of his presidency.
only if you have amazing counterfeiting talent :-)
That is actually not a million dollar bill note, but Millionbill.com makes million dollar bills.
million dollar bill
A G7 20 dollar bill is made in Chicago.
All US bills are made of the same material.
a dollar bill
The $100,000 bill with President Wilson on the bill
No. The largest denomination the U.S. ever printed was $100,000. Any million dollar bill you might find is a novelty only worth its weight in paper.
The U.S. dollar is made of 75% cotton and 25% linen
The US never printed a one million dollar bill. Any you find are novelties, and aren't worth anything.
That depends on the year the bill was made in and the condition it is in.
coins or paper