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Question by ajw71174
Submitted on 10/20/2003
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i came across a 1957 $100 dollar bill that has " will pay to bearer on demand ". is this worth holding onto and if so approximately how much is it worth if its condition is ok w/ no tears or any other damage of the sort.

Answer by Pete
Submitted on 10/21/2003
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Hi..no 1957 $100 notes were printed.Don't know what you have.Can you post a scan front and back or email a scan.Email at marlofan@aol.com



Answer by Levente
Submitted on 3/29/2004
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I cannot give you an exact valuation, but what you probably have is a Series of 1950 bill, with possibly a letter A through E.  They are worth maybe slightly more than face value in circulated condition, unless they have some distinguishing characteristic, for example a star in the serial number.


Answer by N8theGR8
Submitted on 4/15/2005
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I have just acquired a 1950-B series $100 bill with no special characteristics, but it is in good condition, circulated - counterfeit detection marker marks on it - I also have in my posession a 1934 silver cert $5 bill and 9 $2 bills. 7 of them are 1976 series, one of them is pre-bicentennial and has the original back print, and one is a 2003 print -  I was wondering if any of these are worth anything.


Answer by Tasha
Submitted on 4/23/2005
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hi i found a 1957 dollar bill. it doesn't have a star in the code or anything. it looks in really good shape. I was wanting to know if i should hang onto it or spend it. is there any value to it and will there ever be? please e-mail me with your answers at sweetthing_242004@hotmail.com .thanks.


Answer by Cherry
Submitted on 8/3/2005
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I had a $100 bill just like it, thought it was counterfeit though.  I no longer have it but I wonder how much it would be worth


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