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Post your NEW 100$ bill - Uncirculated & circulated

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Why would anyone "buy" a new circulated $ 100.00 note ?. And what did it cost you. I wouldn't even "buy" a new $ 100.00 note, I just went to my Bank and they had what I wanted.

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" Bought " this 100$ bill for 5 x 20$ :juggle:

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I had one the other day. First one I had ever seen since I very rarely have a use for cash on hand.


I gave it to my wife and daughter to go to the local auction..... looks like Monopoly money to me. :grin:




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Series 2009A $100




2 new bills - The # Nothing special


In the Link not seen the series secondary LB - G









Printed October 2011 to present. Signatures: Rios-Geithner.

All $100 | Previous $100: Series 2009

Other Series 2009A: none.


The numbers in the table are the first and last notes printed in the given month for the given FRB. Colors indicate notes printed at Washington, DC or Fort Worth, TX. All serial numbers in this series begin with L. Serial numbers above 99200000, are not used; thus for example LF99200000A is followed by LF00000001B.


This series has the colorised $100 FRN design. These notes were first released into circulation on October 8, 2013. The designation Series 2009A appears to have been used for the same reason as Series 2006A, to represent a new "production cycle" with no change to the design or signatures.



In districts D and G, there appear to be some serial numbers missing between the August and September 2013 production reports. It is unclear whether the reports are in error, or whether these serial ranges were actually omitted due to the production difficulties that the Washington facility was experiencing around that time.


The Fort Worth printings of this series do carry the "FW" mark, but they lack the enlarged-font back plate number typical of other Fort Worth notes. The reason for this difference is unclear, but it appears that all notes of this series are affected--no notes with the enlarged plate number have been seen.


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