This Series 1928-A $100 Federal Reserve Note from the Chicago district has the dark green seal and serial numbers. Good coloration throughout makes this a perfect example for a currency type set.
- This note comes in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- Circulated note from series 1928-A in nice Very Fine condition.
- Face: A portrait of founding father Benjamin Franklin.
- Back: An engraving of Independence Hall.
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Woods/Mellon signatures—Friedberg #2151-G.
The Chicago district is a common issue, but the fact this note is over 70 years old, and has the Light Green Seal which makes it desirable.
An interesting aspect of the Federal Reserve Notes from 1928 is that their redemption wording states, "Redeemable in Gold on Demand at the United States Treasury, or in Gold or Lawful Money at any Federal Reserve Bank." No Federal Reserve Note since 1928 has carried this redemption.