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    America's largest denomination currency, the 100,000 dollar bill, which is said to be worth about $1,600,000.00 million as of August 2010. The Series 1934 Gold Certificate note, which bears President Woodrow Wilson's portrait, was used only for official transactions between Federal Reserve Banks. It was not circulated among the general public and cannot be legally held by currency note collectors. There are at least seven still in existence.

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The 100,000 Dollar Bill was issued by the US Treasury in 1934. The #Gold Certificate features President Woodrow Wilson on the obverse view. This note is the biggest denomination of US #currency ever made and was used bank #Federal Reserve Banks for interbank transactions.

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