The reverse side of the coin would contain the following quote from Alan Greenspan:
“The whole notion of a debt ceiling makes no sense”
The Treasury could legally mint coins worth enough to cover debts for several years and deposit the coins with the Federal Reserve. The funds would not be used for spending that isn’t authorized and appropriated by Congress, but only to pay debts.
According to the US Treasury Department , the largest currency denomination ever printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing was the $100,000 series 1934 gold certificate, which featured a portrait of President Woodrow Wilson. That bill would be worth $1,700,000 in today’s currency.