Despite this being almost thirty years old this note has gained nothing in value. I will now ignore all the fiat money talk and just go on. This note was made before watermarks, before security strips, and before multicolor printing.
Interesting things about this note:
- It was actually printed in October 1983 so it is just 28 years old.
- This is one of the first notes printed 100,000 sheets per run (a sheet contains 32 notes).
- Previous to this, notes were printed 40,000 sheets per run.
- There is a 302 bank counter-stamp, probably placed when out of country.
Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $100 Note / New York
Printed: October 1983
Run: 2nd of 19 from B03200001B - B06400000B
Value: $100.00 in VF(the one above is a lesser grade)
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