One Hundred Dollar Bill with a Star in the Serial Number – Values and Pricing
$100 star notes are very popular right now, especially if they are from rare districts for the series of 1928. $100 bills have long been an underappreciated denomination for both star and non-stars. However, as more and more and people saw good value in $100 star notes, more people started collected them. Today they are very popular.
The rarest $100 star note is the 1929 $100 star note from The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Extremely high grade $100 gold certificate star notes are also very rare. 1928A $100 star notes are also rare, but these aren’t quite as celebrated.
One of the most popular $100 star notes is the series of 1966 red seal star note. These have actually dropped in value 50% since 2008. However, they still bring strong prices considering their relative availability.
Any star note printed before 1935 that has a serial number lower than 100 will be in demand, even if it is otherwise common. Sadly, $100 star notes from 1950 and newer really don’t carry much of a collector value.
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