Portraits and Designs of U.S. Paper Currency
|Currency1||Portrait||Design on back|
|$1||Washington||ONE between obverse and reverse of Great Seal of U.S.|
|$23||Jefferson||“The Signing of the Declaration of Independence”|
|$104||Hamilton||U.S. Treasury Building|
|$500||McKinley||Ornate FIVE HUNDRED|
|$1,000||Cleveland||Ornate ONE THOUSAND|
|$5,000||Madison||Ornate FIVE THOUSAND|
|$10,000||Chase||Ornate TEN THOUSAND|
|$100,0008||Wilson||Ornate ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND|
1. Denominations of $500 and higher were discontinued in 1969.
2. Discontinued in 1966.
3. New issue, April 1976.
4. New issue, May 2000.
5. New issue, fall 2003.
6. New issue, spring 2004.
7. New issue, March 1996.
8. For use only in transactions between Federal Reserve System and Treasury Department.
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