What are facts about a one hundred dollar bill?


The one hundred dollar bill has been in circulation in the United States since 1929. The bill features American statesman Benjamin Franklin and is one of only two bills that does not feature a United States president.
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Benjamin Franklin, founding father from PA, is on the current US 100-dollar bill.
U.S. statesman, inventor, and diplomat Benjamin Franklin is on the one hundred dollar bill.
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Benjamin Franklin is featured on the $100 bill. This is the largest denomination of U.S. currency in circulation.
Other Bills and Coins:
The person on the United States one hundred (100) dollar bill is Benjamin Franklin. His picture is printed on the obverse of the bill along with the declaration of Independence.
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