“Even though the number of dollars in the world are real and finite, the value we assign to those dollars is completely arbitrary. It changes all the time.” ~ Sean Edwards, author, speaker, political thinker.
So the answer to the question is a quick no, it doesn’t exist. Money is something we made up in order to create a standard value for controlling barter and trade. And without it, life would become very complicated.
If you’re a shoemaker and need clothing, then you might trade shoes with a shepherd for wool. However, if the shepherd doesn’t need shoes but dog whistles, then you have to find someone who makes dog whistles who is needing shoes – all before you can get the clothes you need.
So because trading one product for another would became cumbersome, we invented a tool of exchange which could easily represent an agreed value, and be used as an acceptable leverage for moving goods around.