Promotional United States fake currency

graces the $1,329,063 bill.

Promotional United States fake currency is faux “currency” that makes no assertion of being . This money is often created by individuals as a way to promote , or social statements. It is legal to print so long as it makes no assertion, whether by appearance or statement, of authenticity. Other types of coins have been similarly miniaturized before and since as souvenirs or collectors’ items. Various fake US$3 bills have also been released over time. These generally poke fun at politicians or celebrities such as , , , both and , and in reference to the idiomatic expression “queer as a three-dollar bill” or “phony as a three-dollar bill”. In the 1960s, printed a $3 bill that featured a portrait of and read: “This is not legal tender—nor will a help it.” Mad writer said that the magazine ran afoul of the because the $3 bill was accepted by at .

The United States has never issued a million dollar bill. However, many businesses print million dollar bills for sale as novelties. Such bills do not assert that they are legal tender. The has declared them legal to print or own and does not consider them . The makes an annual tradition of handing out informational fliers made to look like $1,000,000 bills on April 15 to draw attention to its anti- platform. A notable example of a 7 figure bill is currency from which features a $1,329,063 bill that serves as an in the game. Players compete in this game to lose all their money. The bill features a portrait of .

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