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Question by Chrystal Hardiman
Submitted on 1/13/2004
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I have a $100 bill that is from series 1928 A. It is much different than money today. The back is a brighter shade of green. It also says " Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand" instead of " In God We Trust" and above the series it says "Redeemable in gold on demand at the United States Treasury, or in gold or lawful money at any Federal Reserve Bank".
It has been a family collectible of mine and I am trying to find out what it is worth and how to go about selling it. Can anyone help?

Answer by Pete
Submitted on 1/14/2004
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Hi..the value depends on a few things.First is it a star note with a star in the serial numbers.This series also was printed with two color seals light and dark, the light being worth more.Also and most important is grade/condition of your note.How many folds any tears or stains.Is the paper still crisp or limp is it dirty looking or clean.All these factors effect grade.The best is to send me a scan and I can come up with an approximate value.Email them to marlofan@aol.com.



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