Oversized $100 Bills | Values and Pricing for Old One Hundred Dollar Bills

Oversized One Hundred Dollar Bills – A Guide With Values

Oversized one hundred dollar bills were printed between 1861 and 1928. Despite the long time of issue, most $100 bills are very scarce today. The most common issues are blue seals from 1914, gold certificates from 1922, and some 1902 blue seals. Everything else will be worth thousands of dollars or more. Even really nice examples of the three common $100 bills listed above can still be valuable.

There are two reasons large size one hundred dollar bills are rare today. Very few were printed, and the ones that were printed were much too valuable (in terms of face value) to keep as a souvenir. When you factor in inflation, a $100 bill was worth $2,200 in 1880.

You can use the guide below to learn more about your specific note. If you have some questions or would like our offer, then just contact us admin@oldcurrencyvalues.com.

 

  Interest Bearing One Hundred Dollar Note
Interest Bearing One Hundred Dollar Note
Interest Bearing One Hundred Dollar Note
1864 Compound Interest Bearing Note
1862 One Hundred Dollar Legal Tender Note
1863 One Hundred Dollar Gold Certificate
1869 One Hundred Dollar Legal Tender Note
$100 California National Gold Bank Note
1875 One Hundred Dollar National Bank Note
(year 1862 – 1881)
1875 $100 Dollar Legal Tender Note
1878 One Hundred Dollar Legal Tender Note
  1878 One Hundred Dollar Silver Certificate
1880 $100 Dollar Legal Tender Note
  1880 One Hundred Dollar Silver Certificate
1882 One Hundred Dollar Gold Certificate
1882 $100 Brown Back National Bank Note
1882 $100 Date Back National Bank Note
1882 $100 Value Back National Bank Note
1890 One Hundred Dollar Treasury Note
1891 One Hundred Dollar Silver Certificate
1891 One Hundred Dollar Treasury Note
1902 $100 Red Seal National Bank Note
1902 $100 Blue Seal National Bank Note
1914 $100 Red Seal Federal Reserve Note
1914 $100 Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note
1922 One Hundred Dollar Gold Certificate