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No, they stopped making U.S. currency in denominations above $100 in 1945.

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In an effort to combat organized crime, President Nixon issued an executive order in 1969 that prevents banks from distributing high-denomination bills, any that they have or receive are to be sent back to the Treasury. The order didn't officially withdraw the bills so technically they're still legal tender but they're long gone from circulation.

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