A “The Greatest” is back to the market.
The $1 bill, the country’s first $100 coin, has been on sale since late July for $1, and is expected to be out by mid-August.
It is the second $1-only coin in the U.S. since the 2009 redesign, and the first $1 to be sold online.
The first $20 coin, the “10-cent coin,” was discontinued in 2009 after its creator, Thomas Edison, died.
Edison’s granddaughter and fellow inventor Alice Walton was the first person to mint a $20 dollar coin.
In addition to the $1 and $20, there are other $1 coins and $10 coins that are currently on sale.
The new $100 coins are a new design from U.K. company Britannia.
They feature a black background, a yellow border and a blue-green border with a design similar to the face of a $10 bill.