Question by  Kittae (60)

What is the highest currency bill in America?


Answer by  qbus (306)

At the moment the highest bill is the 100 Dollar Bill. Until 1969 there were some higher denominations up to $100000


Answer by  sonicfoundation (2597)

The highest currency bill in America that is legal tender is the $100,000 dollar bill. These are obviously not very common.


Answer by  flamiss22 (5081)

The highest currency is a one hundred dollar for legal tender. The larger bills were phased out by the Secret Service to foil drug dealers and shady characters.


Answer by  Mackrel (64)

The highest American currency bill is currently $100. In the past, a small number of bills were printed ranging up to $100,000, but they were officially discontinued in 1969.


Answer by  BethBirder (232)

Historically, the largest bill printed for general circulation was the $10,000 bill. However, it, along with $5000, $1000 and $500 bills have been withdrawn from circulation due to fraud.


Answer by  patti (29325)

The highest denomination of U. S. currency printed in the U. S. as of 2009 is the $100 bill. In 1929, bills were issued for $500, $1000, $5000, $10,000 and $100,000, all in small quantities. These large denominations are, for the most part, no longer in circulation.


Answer by  dcornwell (63)

The highest currency bill is the $100,000 bill. It was last printed in 1945. The US began removing these from circulation in 1969.


Answer by  cgroverla (516)

The highest value currency now printed in the US is $100. In the past bills of up to $100,000 were printed, but these were withdrawn from circulation as of 1969. They are still legal tender and few remain outstanding, held by collectors.


Answer by  Att4372 (1704)

The largest bill is now the $100 (Ben Franklin). It used to be the $10,000, but high value notes were withdrawn with currency regulation changes in the the 1970s. (Done to hinder organized crime. ) The Federal Reserve used/uses %100,000 notes for internal purposes, but these are not legal tender.


Answer by  Novemberfire (322)

Today the bill with the highest value is the one hundred dollar bill, a.k.a. C-note, Benjamin, Bennie, hundo or Franklin.


Answer by  Tabatha (440)

The highest currency bill ever printed by the United States was $100,000. 00. The bill was never in circulation or intended for public use. It was used between large financial institutions and the Federal Reserve.

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