The largest bill ever printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing was a $100

The largest bill ever printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing was a $100,000 gold certificate, printed in 1934 and 1935. It was used primarily by banks, and was rarely seen by the public eye.

While the U.S. Mint has printed other impractically large bills (from $500 to $10,000), today, the humble $100 is the largest bill in circulation.ccording to recent reports, we spent $51 billion on our beloved pets in 2012, with $310 million of that specifically spent on pet costumes. We also poured out $96 billion for beer, $800 million for Girl Scout cookies, $500 million on twinkies and $65 billion for soda.

Some expenditures aren’t as fun: Americans also spend billions ($18 billion, to be precise) on