Value of Series of 1882 One Hundred Dollar Gold Certificate
|Type: Gold Certificate
|Denomination: One Hundred Dollar Bill
|Value: The value of one hundred dollar 1882 gold certificates depends on their value and variety
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|Description: If you have an 1882 $100 gold certificate then you need to contact us with a picture of it so we can analyze it. These notes are most often worth a few hundred dollars to low four figures. However, some early notes can be worth six figures. The value all depends on the seal type, serial number, condition, and signature combination.
Each one hundred dollar gold certificate has a picture of Thomas Hart Benton. Benton was a member of congress from 1821 until 1855. The back of each gold certificate is a rich orange color and an eagle is featured prominently.
|Variations: 1882 $100 gold certificates come in 15 different varieties! Contact us for details on which varieties are rare and especially valuable.
|Inscriptions: Gold Certificate – This Certifies That There Have Been Deposited In The Treasury Of The United States Of America One Hundred Dollars In Gold Coin Repayable To The Bearer On Demand Washington D.C. – Bureau Engraving & Printing – Department Series – Under Chap. 290 Sec. 12 of the Act of July 12th 1882 – Garfield – Register Of The Treasury – Treasurer Of The United States – Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur – United States Gold Certificate