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Green Seal One Hundred Dollar Bills (1928 - present) - Values and Pricing

Any $100 bill that has a green seal is known as a Federal Reserve note.  We value them in eight categories:

 19281928A19341934A1934B1934C1934D - 1950 and Newer

The truth of the matter is that green seal $100 federal reserve notes are not going to be worth much over $100 in many cases.  This is simply due to the fact that they aren't rare and they are expensive to collect.  You can't just assume that because a $1 bill from 1963 is worth $3, that a $100 from 1963 should be worth $300.  It just doesn't worth like that.

When looking at old green seal one hundred dollar bills, you need to find notes that are in perfect condition, or have a serial number that ends with a star symbol.  Star notes from 1928 are usually rare and collectible.  $100 star notes from 1934 certainly have the chance to be valuable.  Star notes from 1950 and newer generally don't carry much of a premium.

Click on a year above or a picture low below to learn more about the rarity and pricing on green seal Federal Reserve note one hundred dollar bills.

 Series of 1928 $100 Green Seal Federal Reserve Note

 

 Series of 1928A $100 Green Seal Federal Reserve Note

 

 Series of 1934 $100 Green Seal Federal Reserve Note

 

 Series of 1934A $100 Green Seal Federal Reserve Note

 

 Series of 1934B $100 Green Seal Federal Reserve Note

 

 Series of 1934C $100 Green Seal Federal Reserve Note

 

 Series of 1934D $100 Green Seal Federal Reserve Note

 

 Series of 1950 $100 Green Seal Federal Reserve Note