What is the value of a $500 bill?

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The $500 bill was first printed in 1928 with President William McKinley’s face on the front side. Due to lack of use, currency denominations over $100 were no longer issued after 1969. The bills are legal to use today, but the $500 bill would not likely be found outside the hands of a collector. Like many collectable coins and bills, the value ranges greatly. Some $500 bills are worth $700 to $35000 on auction sites with actual valuation dependant upon condition and age.
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