These are the dollars "rare" and out of circulation that can be worth fortunes
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There is the case of the strange $2 bill, which despite the fact that many believe that it is not valid, the reality is that it is, like any other. But it is very difficult to achieve. But there are also forms of 1,000 and 100,000 dollars.

The 2 dollar bill

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The 2 dollar bill It is legal currency in the United States. as long as it was printed between 1976 (year of its return to circulation to commemorate the birth of one of the fathers of the American homeland, Thomas Jefferson) and 2004.

In this other note you can learn more about the $2 bill.

The 500 dollar bill

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There is also a $500 bill, from a series that began to be printed in 1918, called “Large Denomination Banknotes” or “High denomination banknotes”.

It had the image of former President William McKinley (1897-1901). They went out of print in 1945 and were discontinued in 1969.

The United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing clarifies that they are still legal tender and can still be found in circulation. “However, most are probably in the hands of private numismatic dealers and collectors,” the text clarifies.

The $1,000 bill

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The $1,000 bill is from the same series as the $500 bill, and was used in the same period. It also continues to be legal to use.

The $1,000 bill is imprinted with the face of Alexander Hamilton, economist, politician, writer, lawyer, and the first United States Secretary of the Treasury. Later, he was succeeded by former president Grover Cleveland.

The $5,000 bill

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The story of the $5,000 bill is different, of which it is estimated that there are only 400 copies, all in the hands of collectors.

According to Investopedia, the $5,000 bill was issued to finance the Revolutionary War and officially went into print when the Civil War began.

The paper has a portrait of the fourth president of the United States from 1809 to 1817, James Madison. It is estimated that there are 400 banknotes of this type that exist today and that they are in the hands of private collectors.

The $10,000 bill

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The highest denomination bill that circulated in the hands of the public was the $10,000 bill.

It bore the image of former Ohio Governor Salmon P. Chase, an influential politician in the United States, although he was never president. He was also Secretary of the Treasury in the presidency of Abraham Lincoln.

The $100,000 bill

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“The largest bill ever printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing was the US$100,000 Gold Certificate, Series 1934,” explains the agency’s website. The paper had on its front the face of former President Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921).

These notes were printed from December 18, 1934 to January 9, 1935 (in the midst of the American Great Depression) and were issued by the United States Treasurer. They were used for transactions within the Federal Reserve system and were not distributed to the general public.

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