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This series 1914 $100 Federal Reserve Note is from the St. Louis District. This note has a portrait of Benjamin Franklin on the front with five allegorical figures on the back.
- The first of the Federal Reserve Notes issued for general circulation.
- This note is graded Choice Fine-15 by PMG.
- Comment: "Splits".
- Signature combination of Burke/McAdoo—Friedberg#1112.
- Circulated $100 note from series 1914.
- Last printed in 1928 and bears the portrait of Benjamin Franklin.
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Series 1914 Federal Reserve Notes were the first of this type issued after the Federal Reserve Act passed in 1913. This established the banking system and uniform currency that exists to this day. Denominations from Five through Ten Thousand Dollars, and districts A through L, (Boston through San Francisco) were established.
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