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Oct 5, 2021

[Answer] Which U.S. currency bill was the largest ever printed for public use?

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...1. $100 2. $1,000 3. $5,000 4. $10,000




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$10,000 - It is no surprise that the $10,000 bill didn't last — it just wasn't that practical to carry in your wallet! The $10,000 bill was the largest-ever printed denomination for the public, making its first appearance in 1918. The face of Salmon P. Chase, Abraham Lincoln's Secretary of the Treasury and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, graced the front of this large bill. In 1969, the government removed several obsolete and large denomination bills from circulation, including this one. :


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