TWO THE MEXICAN WAR 1846 - 1848 One Million Dollar Bills. Great care and attention to detail make these Bill's a HIGH QUALITY COLLECTABLE. They are also excellent novelty gifts. Perfect for framing. The front of the Bill pictures General Scott in the centre and James A Polk President of the US in 1846/1848. The Bills are numbered M18461848W. The following is also printed on the front By the War's end, Mexico lost nearly half it's territory which became the present American Southwest from Texas to California where the United States became a Continental Power. The back of the Bills picture the American occupation of Mexico City. General Winfield Scott forces Mexico to Surrender is printed along the top and KNOWN AS TEXAS & CALIFORNIA VS, MEXICO is printed along the bottom. The Bills are the same size as real American dollars and have quality printing on quality paper. They look great framed.