One Hundred Dollar Bills from 1950 to Present – Values and Pricing
Any one hundred dollar bill from 1950 or newer is basically going to just be worth the face value of $100 dollars. You have to remember that billions of one hundred dollar bills have been printed since 1950. They are just not even close to being rare or collectible yet, and they probably never will be.
There are a few things that can make 1950 and newer $100 bills worth a little more than face value.
If your one hundred dollar bill has a fancy serial number then it could have more value.
If your one hundred dollar bill is misprinted then it could have more value.
If your one hundred dollar bill is a star note then it could have more value.
If you have a consecutive run of 50 or more one hundred dollar bills then they could carry a small premium.