Series of 1966A Red Seal $100 Bills – Values and Pricing
Series of 1966A $100 bills are slightly rarer than the series of 1966 one hundred dollar red seals. 1966A $100 notes have red serial numbers that begin and end with the letter A. There were no star notes issued for the series of 1966A one hundred dollar bill.
A lightly circulated 1966A $100 bill is worth around $125. Bills that have teller stamps, tears, stains, rust, etc. will have very little to no collector value. Uncirculated 1966A $100 bills will of course be worth a lot more than $125.
There were a total of 512,000 1966A $100 red seals printed.
1966A one hundred dollar bills were signed by Dorothy Andrews Elston and David M. Kennedy.
The following inscriptions can be found on all 1966A $100 bills: United States Note – United States Of America – This Note Is Legal Tender For All Debts, Public and Private – One Hundred Dollars – Washington D.C. – The Department of the Treasury 1789 – Treasurer of the United States – Secretary of the Treasury – Franklin – Independence Hall – In God We Trust
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