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$100 First Charter National Bank Notes

One Hundred Dollar Original Series National Bank Note Value

Original Series $100 National Bank Note

When you see a $100 national bank note with a spiked red seal like the one above, that means the bill was printed for the year 1874 and earlier. You should know any $100 national banknote that looks like the one shown above will be extremely rare and valuable, regardless of condition. Condition and serial number play a factor in value but with this series, it’s not as important. Consider yourself lucky if you came across one of these bills, and consider us strong buyers for these banknotes. 

Depiction: At the left, Commodore Oliver H. Perry leaving the Lawrence, his flagship, during the battle fo Lake Erie, September 10, 1813. At the right, Liberty seated by fasces.

Value: A poor condition $100 first charter national bank note will bring about $12,500. Depending on the bank, a better condition note will bring about $65,000. Sometimes the value of these bills can be over $100,000 if its a good bank and great condition.

 

$100 National Gold Bank Notes

Picture of One Hundred Dollar Gold National Bank Note

One Hundred Dollar Gold National Bank Note

High denomination one hundred dollar national gold bank notes are extraordinarily rare to find now days. If you have a genuine bill like the one shown above, you may have a piece of paper worth over $100,000. We’ve been fortunate to handle a few dozen of these during our entire time collecting and dealing with old paper money bills. Even if you aren’t interested in selling, we’d be happy to help evaluate your old paper money national bills. The main difference with gold national banknotes is at the top center “REDEEMABLE IN GOLD COIN” will be engraved. If your $100 bill says that, you have a national gold bank note. These bills were only issued for banks in California. 

Depiction: At the left, Commodore Oliver H. Perry leaving the Lawrence, his flagship, during the battle fo Lake Erie, September 10, 1813. At the right, Liberty seated by fasces.

Value: There notes will almost always bring over $100,000. Please contact us so we can help determine it’s exact value.

 

$100 1882  Brown Back National Bank Notes

Picture of One Hundred Dollar 1882 Brown Back Territorial National Bank Note

One Hundred Dollar 1882 Brown Back Territorial National Bank Note Value

One hundred dollar 1882 brown back national bank notes are rare but not as rare as the banknotes listed above this. Brown backs are some of the most popular types of national banknote to collect. However, the $100 denomination is more difficult to acquire and is oftentimes a lot more valuable than the other denominations and types of bills. We love buying all brown back and brown seal national banknotes from our customers. Consider us serious buyers of national banknote currency.

Depiction: At the left, Commodore Oliver H. Perry leaving the Lawrence, his flagship, during the battle fo Lake Erie, September 10, 1813. At the right, Liberty seated by fasces.

Value: Poor condition $100 brown back nationals are worth $3,400. Decent condition bills from a decent bank can bring $6,550. Great condition nationals from a rare bank can bring over $12,500.

 

$100 1882 Blue Seal Date Back National Bank Notes

Picture of One Hundred Dollar 1882 Blue Seal Date Back National Bank Note

One Hundred Dollar 1882 Blue Seal Date Back National Bank Note

One hundred dollar 1882 blue seal date back notes are rare and uncommon yet they’re the least collected type of high denomination banknote issued. There were more of these date back notes printed than other types from the same series. If you have the right collector for this type of banknote, consider yourself lucky as they can definitely bring a premium based on the national bank the bill was issued for. Condition plays a pivotal factor when trying to evaluate the price of a bill like this. The one pictured above is from Grand Forks, North Dakota with the charter number 2570. 

Depiction: At the left, Commodore Oliver H. Perry leaving the Lawrence, his flagship, during the battle fo Lake Erie, September 10, 1813. At the right, Liberty seated by fasces.

Value: Poor condition $100 blue seal 1882 date back nationals are worth $2,500. Decent condition bills from a decent bank can bring $5,500 Great condition nationals from a rare bank can bring over $10,000.

 

$100 1882 Blue Seal Value Back National Bank Notes

Picture of One Hundred Dollar 1882 Blue Seal Value Back National Bank Note

One Hundred Dollar 1882 Blue Seal Value Back National Bank Note

Series 1882 blue seal value back national banknotes were some of the least printed national bills ever issued. The combination of the low print runs and the fact many were redeemed and destroyed makes them incredible difficult to locate. There are only about 10 known in existence. The example above is from the charter number 5649 which is a bank in New Orleans, Louisiana. Consider yourself very lucky if you find a bill like the one pictured above. We’re strong buyers of high denomination $100 national bank notes.

Depiction: At the left, Commodore Oliver H. Perry leaving the Lawrence, his flagship, during the battle fo Lake Erie, September 10, 1813. At the right, Liberty seated by fasces.

Value: Poor condition $100 blue seal 1882 value back nationals are very rare and will be worth at least $25,000. Contact us with an image so we can help determine an exact value.

 

$100 1902 Red Seal National Bank Notes

Picture of One Hundred Dollar 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note

1902 $100 Red Seal National Bank Note

Red seal 1902 $100 dollar bill national banknotes are rare but we do get offered them from time to time. You will typically find these issued for bigger banks like the example above from The Continental National Bank of Chicago, Illinois charter number 2894. When it comes to national banknotes with rare or unique bank notes, this will increase the value of the banknote in the marketplace. Low and fancy serial number bills are also more valuable than normal serial numbers.

A national banknote with no folds, uncirculated, will increase the value since its in the best condition it can be in. Which is pretty incredible to think about, a piece of paper over 100 years old with no folds? We’re buyers of all different conditioned national banknotes from around the country.

Known Examples: About 150

Depiction: Portrait of John J. Knox, Comptroller of Currency from 1872-1884.

Value: Poor condition $100 red seal 1902 nationals are worth $3,000. Decent condition bills from a decent bank can bring $15,000. Great condition red seal nationals from a rare bank can bring over $40,000.

 

$100 1902 Blue Seal National Bank Notes

Picture of One Hundred Dollar 1902 Blue Seal National Bank Note

1902 $100 Blue Seal National Bank Note

Blue seal $100 national bank notes are some of the most common high denomination banknotes printed. This is due to the quantity of them printed. Don’t take that the wrong way, some are worth over $10,000 easily, especially those in superb condition. We love buying one hundred dollar blue seal national banknotes from people around the country. We’re the strongest buyers, you may be surprised how much we offer you. Contact us today.

Depiction: Portrait of John J. Knox, Comptroller of Currency from 1872-1884.

Value: Poor condition $100 blue seal 1902 nationals are worth $800. Decent condition bills from a decent bank can bring $1,500. Great condition blue seal nationals from a rare bank can bring over $10,000.

 

$100 1929 Small Size National Bank Notes

Picture of One Hundred Dollar 1929 Type 2 Small Size National Bank Note

One Hundred Dollar 1929 Type 2 Small Size National Bank Note Value

Small size one hundred dollar national bank notes are pretty common. This is because of the sheer number which was printed by thousands of national banks. There are some rare types that can be worth some money, especially a serial number 1 high denomination like this.

The $100 bill shown above is unique and rare because it has the serial number A000007, also known as a serial number 7. It’s from The Winona National and Savings bank Winona, Minnesota with the charter number 10865. This note is worth around $500, if it wasn’t for the serial number 7 it would be worth around $200. 

Depiction: Portrait of Benjamin Franklin, an American polymath and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Franklin was a leading writer, printer, political philosopher, politician, Freemason, postmaster, scientist, inventor, humorist, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat. 

Value: Poor condition $100 brown seal small size nationals are worth $105. Decent condition bills from a decent bank can bring $160. Great condition brown seal small size nationals from a rare bank can bring over $700.

 

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