Aizawl ah tunlai pawisa lem a tam… India pawisa mai nilo.. US Dollar te pawh a lo thleng hlawl mai.. Aizawl North lam ah pawh One Million Dollar Note lei tur a lo thleng hlawl mai… Ka thianpa in a lo scanned sak a.. hei ka lo post e…..Certificate a keng tel a.. a dik ngei a ni tih show na tur…
U.S Deptt. of the Treasury chuan FAQ ah ti hian a ziak…
Did the Treasury Department ever produce a $1 million currency note? I have one that I want to know about.Answer: We receive many inquiries asking if the Treasury Department ever produced a $1 million currency note. People have sent in copies of these notes. We have found that they are nonnegotiable platinum certificates known as a “One Million Dollar Special Issue.” These notes were from a special limited copyrighted art series originally sold by a Canadian firm for $1.00 each as a collectible item. They are not official United States currency notes manufactured by our Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP). As such, they are not redeemable by the Department of the Treasury.You may be interested to know that the BEP learned of these certificates in the spring of 1982. All related correspondence was forwarded to the United States Secret Service to decide if there were any violations of Federal currency laws. The Secret Service subsequently advised, however, that these certificates did not violate any United States law.
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