Value of One Hundred Dollar Gold Certificate from Series of 1922
|Type: Gold Certificate
|Denomination: One Hundred Dollar Bill
|Value: The value of $100 gold certificates from 1922 is based on their condition and serial number
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|Description: Thomas Hart Benton is the man wearing a bow tie on the left hand side of each bill. He was politician in the 1850s and was featured on the $100 gold certificate as early as 1882. 1922 $100 bills are somewhat common. They are available in low grades, but mid-grade and uncirculated examples can get expensive. Contact us for exact pricing.
The design of 1922 $100 gold certificates is a little different than lower denomination gold certificates from the same year. These notes have blue serial numbers and a red seal. Lower denominations have gold serial numbers and seals.
If your 1922 $100 gold certificate has a serial number that begins with a star symbol, then it is rarer than a regular issue. Learn more about 1922 $100 star notes.
|Variations: All 1922 $100 gold certificates were signed by Speelman and white. There are no mule or serial number size varieties.
|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 – Series of 1922 – Register Of The Treasury – Treasurer Of The United States – Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur – The United States Gold Certificate – This certificate is a legal tender in the amount thereof in payment of all debts and dues public and private. Acts of March 14, 1900, as amended and December 24, 1919 – Bureau Engraving & Printing