1929 (G-Chicago) $100 Brown Seal FRBN VF (Fr#1890-G)

1929 (G-Chicago) $100 Brown Seal FRBN VF (Fr#1890-G)

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Here is a series 1929 $100 National Currency note, more commonly referred to as a Federal Reserve Bank Note (FRBN). Issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to help ease the currency crisis during the Great Depression.

Currency Highlights:
  • Highest denomination issued in this type.
  • Each note comes housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
  • Circulated notes from series 1929 in Very Fine condition.
  • Face: A portrait of Benjamin Franklin.
  • Back: An engraving of Independence Hall.

Federal Reserve Bank Notes are a great part of history that can enhance any U.S. paper money collection and are distinguished by their brown seal and serial numbers. Add one of these collectible pieces of currency to your cart today!

Jones/Woods signatures—Friedberg #1890-G.

Only 384,000 notes were issued for the Chicago district.

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