One Hundred Thousand Dollar Bill?

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Woodrow Wilson is the president that is on the $100,000 bill. This is a real dollar bill, and is the largest in production. There is no paper money bigger than this. The next step down is a $10,000 bill. All of the larger bills (anything over $100) is considered rare, because they are so hard to get a hold of. However, this obviously doesn't mean that they do not exist. They are produced the same way the other money is.
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President Woodrow Wilson is on the $100,000 bill, which is no longer in circulation.
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