In public circulation, it is the $100 bill. The U.S. Traesury has currency that is used only for international trade and the denominatio goes up to a $100,000 bill. Source(s):
Me. I'm a banker $100 100... there used to be a 1000, but the government stopped it's circulation. Currently, the largest denomination is the $100 Note
At one time, however, it also included five larger denominations. Shown here is a $100,000 Gold certificate from 1934. High-denomination currency was prevalent from the very beginning of U.S. Government issue (1861). $500, $1,000, and $5,000 interest bearing notes were issued in 1861, and $10,000 gold certificates arrived in 1865. There are many different designs and types of high-denomination notes.
Circulation of high-denomination bills was halted in 1969 by executive order of President Richard Nixon, in an effort to combat organized crime. Right now the largest bill is the $100.00, but the US largest bill was the $100,000.00 bill: featured a portrait of Woodrow Wilson. there are 1 million dollars bank notes used by banks to transfer money 100
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