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Question by dale
Submitted on 12/11/2003
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What is the value of a 100 dollar bill from 1934?



Answer by Pete
Submitted on 12/12/2003
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Hi..depends on a few things.First is it a star note.Second what is serial number and back plate check numbers(small number on back lower right).Third and most important is grade.How many folds any tears or stains.Is paper limp or still crisp.The best is to send me a scan front and back and I can come up with an approximate value.Email me at marlofan@aol.com

Pete

 

Answer by TARRANT
Submitted on 12/24/2003
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I have one as well, it has 3 folds, one maybe 1/10th inch tearand one bluish ink stain near top/back, very slight and obscures nothing. Still fairly crisp. plate# is 78, serial is F03991182A  has 6's in each cornerand is series 1934b in lower right.  Bank of atlanta georgia

 

Answer by Emma
Submitted on 5/17/2004
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all you have to do is the equation Y=C(1-r)^t  meaning u would do 100(1-100%)^70

 

Answer by George
Submitted on 6/5/2004
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All you have to do is take it to a shop and they'll tell you. I have done it before.Mine was worth about 1000 dollars in almost mint condition.

 

Answer by madeinheaven77@hotmail.com
Submitted on 2/22/2005
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i have a $100 bill from 1034 LO4927903 A i was wondering what the value would be

 

Answer by Natalie
Submitted on 8/24/2005
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Hi, I have a 1934 one hundred bill.  It is fairly crispy, with no marks.  What is it worth?

 

Answer by pavtu
Submitted on 12/5/2005
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I got several 1934 $100.00 bills and I would like to find out how much they are worth. Where do you take them for apraisal? Some of them are in mint condition.
Thanks a lot.


Paul

 

Answer by pavtu
Submitted on 12/5/2005
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I got several 1934 $100.00 bills and I would like to find out how much are they worth. Where do you take them for appraisal? Some of them are in mint condition.
Thanks a lot.


Paul

 

Answer by Sammy
Submitted on 12/8/2005
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well i am doing a project on Benjamin but i don't know when the first 100 dollar bill was made

 

Answer by Rman
Submitted on 8/23/2006
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I took my mint conditioned one to a shop and got 3500 for it.

 

Answer by ar
Submitted on 11/21/2006
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Answer by shay
Submitted on 1/8/2007
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#g10978927a  #a19   series of 1934  G chigago illinois                    

 

Answer by MARILYN32P
Submitted on 2/1/2007
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I HAVE A 1934 ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR BILL WITH ONE CREASE IN THE MIDDLE. IT'S FROM THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF BOSTON MA. IT HAS A ONE IN ALL FOUR CORNERS AND THE SERIAL # IS AO1722685A. DOES THIS HAVE ANY VALUE!!!!!

 

Answer by maryann
Submitted on 6/26/2007
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We just found one in really good condition today but no websites offer free guides to it's worth.If anyone can help me email me at pmhart324@aol.com

 

Answer by Grady
Submitted on 7/19/2007
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I have one to but it has stains and some wrinkles. I also have a 1934 10 dollar bill close to perfect. Wonder what they are worth as a set?

 

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