1914 $100 Star Note – Values and Pricing

Series of 1914 One Hundred Federal Reserve Star Note – Values and Pricing


Year:  1914 Type:  One Hundred Dollar Federal Reserve Note Variety:  Star Note
Total 1914 $100 Star Notes Known To Exist:  around 15
We purchase all series of 1914 $100 star notes.  Send us an email with a picture of yournote,  admin@oldcurrencyvalues.comWe will respond quickly with our opinion and offer.
Description:  1914 $100 star notes are probably our favorite large size star issue.  We know for a fact that only 52,000 1914 one hundred dollar star notes were printed across all twelve districts.  These star notes often come with low serial numbers under 100.  We are aggressive buyers of any 1914 $100 star notes.

The serial number on your note could start with a letter between A and L.  The letter signifies which district issued the note.  The hollow star symbol is found at the end of the blue serial number.

Variations:  There are 33 different signature and district combinations possible for the series of 1914 $100 star note.  1914 $100 star notes are already rare enough that the variety isn’t hugely important.  However, it never hurts to be a little extra rare.  Contact us for rarity details.
Other:  If your series of 1914 $100 bill has a serial number that ends with a letter, then you have a regular issue note.  You can learn more about standard serial number 1914 $100 bills here.