TT 1950C $100 FRN CHICAGO, IL FR# 2160-G CGA 65
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TT 1950C $100 FRN CHICAGO, IL FR# 2160-G CGA 65Serial # G08484264A, signatures of Smith/Dillon, Friedberg # 2160-G, from the District of Chicago, IL. Plate# Q27/134. Graded 65 by CGA. A nice note with bright crisp paper.
Under series of 1928, all U.S. currency was changed to its current size and began to carry a standardized design. All variations of the $100 bill would carry the same portrait of Benjamin Franklin, same border design on the obverse, and the same reverse with a vignette of Independence Hall. The $100 bill was issued as a Federal Reserve Note with a green seal and serial numbers and as a Gold Certificate with a golden seal and serial numbers. Please view our other on FIRE Ebay auctions. If t is something specific you need, please contact us by email or by calling. %twkvTrusted Traditions
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