# Is there such thing as a 1 million pound note?

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## Is there such thing as a 1 million pound note?

But the £1m pound note – known as a “giant” – is not in circulation and it is inconceivable it will be made available from cashpoints. For every pound an authorised Scottish or Northern Irish bank wants to print in the form of its own notes, it has to deposit the equivalent amount in sterling with the Bank of England.

## Which UK bank note is largest in size?

England £50 note
The Bank of England £50 note is a banknote of the pound sterling. It is the highest denomination of banknote issued for public circulation by the Bank of England.

Does the Bank of England have million pound notes?

The Bank of England £100,000,000 note, also referred to as Titan, is a non-circulating Bank of England banknote of the pound sterling used to back the value of Scottish and Northern Irish banknotes. It is the highest denomination of banknote printed by the Bank of England.

Is there a 100 note in England?

The £100 note is currently the largest denomination of banknote issued by The Royal Bank of Scotland. The current Ilay series of banknotes was first issued in 1987. These banknotes feature a portrait of Lord Ilay, first governor of the bank, on the front.

### Is there a 100000 pound note?

The Bank of England £100,000,000 note, also referred to as Titan, is a non-circulating Bank of England banknote of the pound sterling used to back the value of Scottish and Northern Irish banknotes.

### How does having the million-pound note affect Henry?

Henry used to show the bank note to buy what he needed, but nobody had change to give him back. The people gave him things because they thought he was a millionaire. Cause: Henry gets food and shows the bank note to Hawkins. Effect: Henry gets his meal for free because Hawkins trusts he will pay him back.

What is the number 1 million?

1,000,000
One million (1,000,000), or one thousand thousand, is the natural number following 999,999 and preceding 1,000,001. The word is derived from the early Italian millione (milione in modern Italian), from mille, “thousand”, plus the augmentative suffix -one.

Why is there a 100 million pound note?