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These series 1966-A $100 U.S. Notes were the last of this type ever issued by the U.S. These had a low original printing of only 512,000, which makes them in demand with collectors.
- Last issue of $100 Red Seals.
- Note comes housed in archival quality currency sleeve.
- Very Fine condition with typical wear for the grade.
- Obverse: Portrait of Benjamin Franklin.
- Reverse: Image of Independence Hall.
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Elston/Kennedy signatures—Friedberg #1551.
United States Notes were adopted for circulation during the Civil War in 1862 in denominations from $1 through $1,000. The $100 note did not carry over to the small size notes in 1928. The first $100 Red Seal issue came in 1966 and continued until the early 1970s. Although they are still legal tender, their red seals, serial numbers and low numbers printed make them great collector's items.