1882 $100 Gold Certificate Fine (Fr#1214)

1882 $100 Gold Certificate Fine (Fr#1214)

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Here's a nice Series 1882 $100 Gold Certificate with a portrait of Senator Thomas Hart Benton at left. Notes of this caliber are highly sought after by accomplished currency collectors!

Currency Highlights:
  • Printed under the act of July 12th, 1882.
  • Housed in an archival quality Mylar sleeve.
  • Fine condition.
  • Teehee/Burke signatures—Friedberg #1214.
  • Face: Features a portrait of Senator Thomas Hart Benton at left with the obligation at the center.
  • Back: Golden orange printing is featured throughout. Eagle at center with a large "C" at left.

This series is from an era in U.S. currency when our paper money was backed by Gold. This type with its older design and artistry is sought after by collectors. Add this classic piece of currency to your cart today!

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