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Question by Ghimel
Submitted on 7/12/2003
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How many were issued?
Gold Certificate on Bank of the United States. Year - 1847. Denomination - $1,000,000.00


Answer by Pete
Submitted on 7/12/2003
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Hi..no such note was ever issued.There are a lot of replica fake notes produced that have that denomination of one million dollars.The highest real note printed from this bank was a $1000 note.The highest note printed by the US government was the $100,000 note a gold certificate dated 1934.This note was used only for bank transactions.If you have this note I would like to see it.Can you post a scan?
Thanks

 

Answer by Johan
Submitted on 7/29/2003
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I desagree, the united states issue a lot of bill over the 100,000.00 and you may find them in the web also.

Im interested, can you send me a copy of it?

johandres@hotmail.com

 

Answer by Chris
Submitted on 11/25/2003
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In response to Johan's post, you are incorrect. To prove that Pete is correct with his comments, please look at the Smithsonian's web site: http://www.smithsonianlegacies.si.edu/objectdescription.cfm?ID=29

I do not believe that they would be incorrect in what they post...do you?

 

Answer by Manfjun
Submitted on 3/18/2004
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If you want to see the $100.000-note
just click this link

http://www.frbsf.org/currency/world/nocirc/m2.html

More ultra rare banknotes from the
USA are exhibited there.

For world paper money check
www.banknoteworld.com!

 

Answer by Levente
Submitted on 3/29/2004
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The United States has never issued a circulating note with a denomination greater than 100,000 dollars.

The highest denomination ever issued on any financial instrument of the United States was a treasury bond of 500 million dollar denomination.  It remained internal to the government, though, and could not be mistaken for circulating currency.  It looked more like a stock certificate than anything else.

Any million-dollar bills that look like "real money" are novelty items.

 

Answer by Stephane
Submitted on 9/27/2004
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real 1 million us

www.silvercertificate.net

 

Answer by henry
Submitted on 1/12/2005
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HI
    Every body want to see McCoy 100,000
visit my gallery www.vhangell.net/henry/

 

Answer by SiberianTiger
Submitted on 6/19/2005
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Remarks of Pete and Levente, I totally agreed. As there are various other versions of so called USB, as he said 500M,which seems there other version of smaller/larger denominatons as well,such as 100m,1b,which seems issued under special arrangements for special reasons.regarding 100,000GC,wondering ,is it redeemable,now?
rgdST

 

Answer by Ninja Dragon
Submitted on 6/24/2005
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Answer to below question is: None
Question: How many were issued?
Gold Certificate on Bank of the United States. Year - 1847. Denomination - $1,000,000.00

http://www.treas.gov/education/faq/currency/denominations.shtml#q4

 

Answer by SLVERDUDE
Submitted on 7/5/2005
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I HAVE SEEN A 100,000.00 DOLLAR BILL. DOES IT STILL WORTH SOMETHING TODAY?

 

Answer by slverdude
Submitted on 7/5/2005
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I have seen 100,000.00 US Dollar... does it has any value today?

 

Answer by Sarah
Submitted on 7/12/2005
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Hi, This note (100.000,00) Gold Certificate, has current value? can be commercialized? Can I change in a bank of the federal reserve? Thanks

 

Answer by joy
Submitted on 7/25/2005
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I have a client in possession of a 100,000 dollars gold certificate with serial number J00020029A. I am not answering any question. I just want to ask if this gold certificate is genuine and can be change with its value. This was kept by his grandfather since time immemorial. He asked my assistance if the gold certificate may be negotiated or be of value.. I appreciate it very much if any one can tell me who or what agency should I be communicating with. Is it possible to have their e-mail address? thanks...

 

Answer by James
Submitted on 8/20/2005
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The largest note ever issued by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing of the US Treasury Department was the $100,000 gold certificate, printed between 18 December 1934 and 9 January 1935. They were only available in exchange for $100,000 in gold bullion, and were used only for transfers between Federal Reserve Banks.

http://www.bep.treas.gov/document.cfm/18/106

 

Answer by bob
Submitted on 5/30/2006
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I have an actual 100000 wilson gold certificate #a00031394a anyone interusted?

 

Answer by julius_jose
Submitted on 6/8/2006
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hello,about the gold certificate 1934. i have one note of that $100,000 in my possession. i was trying to verify if this is real because back in the philippines a friend found a big steel box in a cave, inside are bundles and bundles of these said notes.with serial numbers. they said, the americans kept it there before the war.philippines has been an american colony before.

 

Answer by lordgatz@yahoo.com
Submitted on 7/24/2006
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i have one REAL 100,000 US note. any collectors who wants it. let me know. thanks

 

Answer by joesph farnhamooooo
Submitted on 8/6/2006
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go

 

Answer by JUJU
Submitted on 9/28/2006
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How can I find the answer at my question, is there any gold certificate 100,000,000?

 

Answer by aahzam
Submitted on 4/27/2007
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I agree with Levente. I've done research on the banknote. The highest amount is on gold certificate with US$100,000 value.

 

Answer by suan
Submitted on 7/11/2007
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I have the $100,000.00 ; about 42000 print ; document ok , Historical , green card , coin , Certificate ; one lak / 100 print ; baby box / 10 lak ; mother box 10 baby box ; big box 42000 print ! micro film ; who look for ? the print any in Indonesia Jakarta ;

 

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