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Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars banknote AA 2008 P91 VF inflation currency bill

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars banknote AA 2008 P91 VF inflation currency bill

These rare hyperinflation banknotes, issued for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in Harare, are currently out of print and withdrawn from circulation. Please note: this is a stock image. The banknotes you receive may have different serial numbers to the banknotes pictured. Secured between the solid sheets of corrugated cardboard in a padded envelope. Banknote grading terms we use. Perfect condition, never used. AU – About uncirculated. Some weak folds or creases or one strong fold. Sharp edges of the bill might be slightly rounded. Might have some folds, but the note should still be crisp and has a very little amount of stains. Buyers in the U. History of Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe. Hyperinflation occurs whenever a countrys currency is created at too high of a rate. The history of Zimbabwes hyperinflation is a lengthy one, and it revolves around a government that slowly became derailed. Originally, the Zimbabwe dollar held high value. In fact, dating back to its origin in the 1980s, the Zimbabwe dollar held more value than the U. The early years of Zimbabwes economy saw great growth and development. Various industries and crops were thriving, and, thus, Zimbabwes economy had begun to thrive as well. However, the tables began to turn under the reign of President Robert Mugabe. In the early 1990s, Mugabe, with the help of the World Bank, decided to create an Economic Structural Adjustment Program. This ESAP would begin the gradual fall of Zimbabwes currency. As a result of this readjustment, the government forced various land redistribution and land reform. Not only would this shift in land reform contribute to the fall of the economy; many claim that Mugabes actions were racist. Mugabes government took away land from white farmers and redistributed it to black farmers as an act of correcting the injustices done by colonialism. What Mugabes government did not know is that many of these black farmers were not prepared to tend to the new land, and thus many crops and industries began to plummet. Once these various crops and industries began to fall, the rest of the domino effect began. The banking sector collapsed as soon as the farmers were not able to receive loans. The food output rate fell by almost half of its percentage, and therefore manufacturing rates also declined. Ultimately the unemployment rate rose to a startling 80%, and the life expectancy rate dropped. All of these awful consequences affected the monetary value of Zimbabwe currency for a few different reasons. The government did not honestly report their spending to the International Monetary Fund, so there was no record of the imminent doom facing the country. In addition to the war efforts, there were a few other causes for the eventual hyperinflation of Zimbabwe currency. Due to the corrupt government, many officials were being overpaid, and people were not confident in their governments abilities. This unfaithful feeling towards a countrys government has the tendency to undermine the faith of currency. The Timeline of Zimbabwes Currency Hyperinflation. Follow this timeline for insight into the amount of time it took for Zimbabwes currency to crash. The very first Zimbabwean dollar is created in order to replace the Rhodesian dollar. A series of Zimbabwe bank notes are issued. The government begins to attempt a currency reform in order to cease the inflation. The government now implements another attempt at currency reform by eliminating ten zeroes from every Zimbabwe dollar. The third Zimbabwe dollar is now worth 10 Billion old dollarsthe second Zimbabwe dollar. However, despite this new implementation, inflation continues to rise. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe takes over and introduces the fourth Zimbabwe dollar, which eliminates twelve zeros from old bills. Dollar and the South African rand. Zimbabwe currency is obsolete and no more in use. The item “Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars banknote AA 2008 P91 VF inflation currency bill” is in sale since Friday, April 14, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Africa\Zimbabwe”. The seller is “forestwaves” and is located in Vilnius. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: Zimbabwe
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Zimbabwe
  • Denomination: Z$100 Trillion
  • Year: 2008

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars banknote AA 2008 P91 UNC inflation currency bill

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars banknote AA 2008 P91 UNC inflation currency bill

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars banknote AA 2008 P91 UNC inflation currency bill

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars banknote AA 2008 P91 UNC inflation currency bill

These rare hyperinflation banknotes, issued for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in Harare, are currently out of print and withdrawn from circulation. Please note: this is a stock image. The banknotes you receive may have different serial numbers to the banknotes pictured. Secured between the solid sheets of corrugated cardboard in a padded envelope. Banknote grading terms we use. Perfect condition, never used. AU – About uncirculated. Some weak folds or creases or one strong fold. Sharp edges of the bill might be slightly rounded. Might have some folds, but the note should still be crisp and has a very little amount of stains. Buyers in the U. History of Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe. Hyperinflation occurs whenever a countrys currency is created at too high of a rate. The history of Zimbabwes hyperinflation is a lengthy one, and it revolves around a government that slowly became derailed. Originally, the Zimbabwe dollar held high value. In fact, dating back to its origin in the 1980s, the Zimbabwe dollar held more value than the U. The early years of Zimbabwes economy saw great growth and development. Various industries and crops were thriving, and, thus, Zimbabwes economy had begun to thrive as well. However, the tables began to turn under the reign of President Robert Mugabe. In the early 1990s, Mugabe, with the help of the World Bank, decided to create an Economic Structural Adjustment Program. This ESAP would begin the gradual fall of Zimbabwes currency. As a result of this readjustment, the government forced various land redistribution and land reform. Not only would this shift in land reform contribute to the fall of the economy; many claim that Mugabes actions were racist. Mugabes government took away land from white farmers and redistributed it to black farmers as an act of correcting the injustices done by colonialism. What Mugabes government did not know is that many of these black farmers were not prepared to tend to the new land, and thus many crops and industries began to plummet. Once these various crops and industries began to fall, the rest of the domino effect began. The banking sector collapsed as soon as the farmers were not able to receive loans. The food output rate fell by almost half of its percentage, and therefore manufacturing rates also declined. Ultimately the unemployment rate rose to a startling 80%, and the life expectancy rate dropped. All of these awful consequences affected the monetary value of Zimbabwe currency for a few different reasons. The government did not honestly report their spending to the International Monetary Fund, so there was no record of the imminent doom facing the country. In addition to the war efforts, there were a few other causes for the eventual hyperinflation of Zimbabwe currency. Due to the corrupt government, many officials were being overpaid, and people were not confident in their governments abilities. This unfaithful feeling towards a countrys government has the tendency to undermine the faith of currency. The Timeline of Zimbabwes Currency Hyperinflation. Follow this timeline for insight into the amount of time it took for Zimbabwes currency to crash. The very first Zimbabwean dollar is created in order to replace the Rhodesian dollar. A series of Zimbabwe bank notes are issued. The government begins to attempt a currency reform in order to cease the inflation. The government now implements another attempt at currency reform by eliminating ten zeroes from every Zimbabwe dollar. The third Zimbabwe dollar is now worth 10 Billion old dollarsthe second Zimbabwe dollar. However, despite this new implementation, inflation continues to rise. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe takes over and introduces the fourth Zimbabwe dollar, which eliminates twelve zeros from old bills. Dollar and the South African rand. Zimbabwe currency is obsolete and no more in use. The item “Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars banknote AA 2008 P91 UNC inflation currency bill” is in sale since Wednesday, August 05, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Africa\Zimbabwe”. The seller is “forestwaves” and is located in Vilnius. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: Zimbabwe
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Zimbabwe
  • Year: 2008

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote

Issue 1975 Lunenburg Harbour, Nova Scotia. Signatures: Crow – Bouey. Grading to our end is AU(About Uncirculated). Vertical middle fold bend. Edge bumps(more so on top edge). Smudge on Borden’s top right eye. Counting flicks and creases on edges and corners. Bill retains its crisp condition and vibrant colours. The picture above is the actual item. And the pictures were taken to highlight all possible flaws. Please make your judgment on the condition of this bill with reference to the picture above. The bank note is authentic. The item “1975 $100 Dollar Bank Note Bill CANADA AJJ6348663 Crow Bouey AU Grade Banknote” is in sale since Wednesday, July 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\North & Central America\Canada\Bank of Canada”. The seller is “vancouver_coin_and_stamp” and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.
  • Country: Canada
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Grade: AU
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
  • Country of Manufacture: Canada

CANADA 100 Dollars Banknote World Money UNC Currency BILL Pick p110b Polymer

CANADA 100 Dollars Banknote World Money UNC Currency BILL Pick p110b Polymer

Sign 16 – FKW Prefix – Polymer Note. Sir Robert Borden; Medical Inovation; Window type hologram security strip. North and Central America. Borden – Part of Parliament building. CHECK OUT ALL THE OTHER GREAT. NOTES AVAILABLE IN MY STORE. Each Additional Note Won. However each Country has its own unique postal system. We have found that breaking larger orders into several small orders works very well and is much safer (again though there is NO tracking). NO TRACKING (see below). We now only offer EMS. We are happy to break larger order into smaller packages. Again apologies, but we will try to help in anyway we can. (Actual serial # of note you receive may differ from one shown in picture). As we make every effort to describe fully each item we sell. Thank you for looking at this item. IBNS Member # 9540. A perfectly preserved note, never mishandled by the issuing authority, a bank teller, the public or a collector. Paper is clean and firm, without discoloration. Corners are sharp and square, without any evidence of rounding. An uncirculated note will have its original, natural sheen. Some note issues are most often available with slight evidence of very light counting folds that do not “break” the paper. Also French-printed notes usually have a slight ripple in the paper. Many collectors and dealers refer to such notes as a. May show very slight evidence of bank counting folds at a corner or one light fold through the center, but not both. Note cannot be creased, a crease being a hard fold that has usually “broken” the surface of the note. Paper is clean and bright with original sheen. Corners are not rounded. The item “CANADA 100 Dollars Banknote World Money UNC Currency BILL Pick p110b Polymer” is in sale since Monday, August 08, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\North & Central America\Other Central Am. Paper Money”. The seller is “robbybob117″ and is located in Westport, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Type: Banknote – Bill
  • Country: Canada
  • Region: North & Central America
  • Pick #: 110b
  • Year: 2014
  • Material: Polymer
  • Certification Number: na
  • Grade Designation: unc
  • Grade: unc
  • Certification: Uncertified

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake

Rare Consecutive Banknotes with same errors. Serial #: KB 42068997 A, KB 42068998 A, KB 42068999A & KB 42069000 A. Error: Serious cut error. Scan is part of the item description. The item “2006 US Lot 4 Consecutive $100 Dollar Bill Banknote Serious Cut Error Mistake” is in sale since Wednesday, June 22, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ US\Errors”. The seller is “the-orient-treasures” and is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: XF Condition
  • Denomination: $100
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Canada 1988 $100 Dollar Bill Bird Series Banknote Amazing Condition

Canada 1988 $100 Dollar Bill Bird Series Banknote Amazing Condition

Canada 1988 $100 Dollar Bill Bird Series Banknote Amazing Condition

No rips, scratches, or marks – in perfect condition! The item “Canada 1988 $100 Dollar Bill Bird Series Banknote Amazing Condition” is in sale since Tuesday, June 27, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\North & Central America\Canada\Bank of Canada”. The seller is “967scar” and is located in thornhill. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
  • Country: Canada
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Type: Banknotes

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars replacement banknote ZA 2008 P91 VF currency bill

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars replacement banknote ZA 2008 P91 VF currency bill

Please note: this is a stock image. The banknotes you receive may have different serial numbers to the banknotes pictured. Bills come with ZA… Highest denomination – 100 Trillion Dollar. You are purchasing legendary inflation record banknote from Zimbabwe. These rare hyperinflation banknotes, issued for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in Harare, are currently out of print and withdrawn from circulation. Secured between the solid sheets of corrugated cardboard in a padded envelope. Banknote grading terms we use. Perfect condition, never used. AU – About uncirculated. Some weak folds or creases or one strong fold. Sharp edges of the bill might be slightly rounded. Might have some folds, but the note should still be crisp and has a very little amount of stains. Buyers in the U. History of Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe. Hyperinflation occurs whenever a countrys currency is created at too high of a rate. The history of Zimbabwes hyperinflation is a lengthy one, and it revolves around a government that slowly became derailed. Originally, the Zimbabwe dollar held high value. In fact, dating back to its origin in the 1980s, the Zimbabwe dollar held more value than the U. The early years of Zimbabwes economy saw great growth and development. Various industries and crops were thriving, and, thus, Zimbabwes economy had begun to thrive as well. However, the tables began to turn under the reign of President Robert Mugabe. In the early 1990s, Mugabe, with the help of the World Bank, decided to create an Economic Structural Adjustment Program. This ESAP would begin the gradual fall of Zimbabwes currency. As a result of this readjustment, the government forced various land redistribution and land reform. Not only would this shift in land reform contribute to the fall of the economy; many claim that Mugabes actions were racist. Mugabes government took away land from white farmers and redistributed it to black farmers as an act of correcting the injustices done by colonialism. What Mugabes government did not know is that many of these black farmers were not prepared to tend to the new land, and thus many crops and industries began to plummet. Once these various crops and industries began to fall, the rest of the domino effect began. The banking sector collapsed as soon as the farmers were not able to receive loans. The food output rate fell by almost half of its percentage, and therefore manufacturing rates also declined. Ultimately the unemployment rate rose to a startling 80%, and the life expectancy rate dropped. All of these awful consequences affected the monetary value of Zimbabwe currency for a few different reasons. The government did not honestly report their spending to the International Monetary Fund, so there was no record of the imminent doom facing the country. In addition to the war efforts, there were a few other causes for the eventual hyperinflation of Zimbabwe currency. Due to the corrupt government, many officials were being overpaid, and people were not confident in their governments abilities. This unfaithful feeling towards a countrys government has the tendency to undermine the faith of currency. The Timeline of Zimbabwes Currency Hyperinflation. Follow this timeline for insight into the amount of time it took for Zimbabwes currency to crash. The very first Zimbabwean dollar is created in order to replace the Rhodesian dollar. A series of Zimbabwe bank notes are issued. The government begins to attempt a currency reform in order to cease the inflation. The government now implements another attempt at currency reform by eliminating ten zeroes from every Zimbabwe dollar. The third Zimbabwe dollar is now worth 10 Billion old dollarsthe second Zimbabwe dollar. However, despite this new implementation, inflation continues to rise. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe takes over and introduces the fourth Zimbabwe dollar, which eliminates twelve zeros from old bills. Dollar and the South African rand. Zimbabwe currency is obsolete and no more in use. The item “Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars replacement banknote ZA 2008 P91 VF currency bill” is in sale since Thursday, March 02, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Africa\Zimbabwe”. The seller is “forestwaves” and is located in Vilnius. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: Zimbabwe
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Zimbabwe
  • Denomination: Z$100 Trillion

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars replacement banknote ZA 2008 P91 UNC currency bill

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars replacement banknote ZA 2008 P91 UNC currency bill

Please note: this is a stock image. The banknotes you receive may have different serial numbers to the banknotes pictured. Bills come with ZA… Highest denomination – 100 Trillion Dollar. You are purchasing legendary inflation record banknote from Zimbabwe. These rare hyperinflation banknotes, issued for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in Harare, are currently out of print and withdrawn from circulation. Secured between the solid sheets of corrugated cardboard in a padded envelope. Banknote grading terms we use. Perfect condition, never used. AU – About uncirculated. Some weak folds or creases or one strong fold. Sharp edges of the bill might be slightly rounded. Might have some folds, but the note should still be crisp and has a very little amount of stains. Buyers in the U. History of Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe. Hyperinflation occurs whenever a countrys currency is created at too high of a rate. The history of Zimbabwes hyperinflation is a lengthy one, and it revolves around a government that slowly became derailed. Originally, the Zimbabwe dollar held high value. In fact, dating back to its origin in the 1980s, the Zimbabwe dollar held more value than the U. The early years of Zimbabwes economy saw great growth and development. Various industries and crops were thriving, and, thus, Zimbabwes economy had begun to thrive as well. However, the tables began to turn under the reign of President Robert Mugabe. In the early 1990s, Mugabe, with the help of the World Bank, decided to create an Economic Structural Adjustment Program. This ESAP would begin the gradual fall of Zimbabwes currency. As a result of this readjustment, the government forced various land redistribution and land reform. Not only would this shift in land reform contribute to the fall of the economy; many claim that Mugabes actions were racist. Mugabes government took away land from white farmers and redistributed it to black farmers as an act of correcting the injustices done by colonialism. What Mugabes government did not know is that many of these black farmers were not prepared to tend to the new land, and thus many crops and industries began to plummet. Once these various crops and industries began to fall, the rest of the domino effect began. The banking sector collapsed as soon as the farmers were not able to receive loans. The food output rate fell by almost half of its percentage, and therefore manufacturing rates also declined. Ultimately the unemployment rate rose to a startling 80%, and the life expectancy rate dropped. All of these awful consequences affected the monetary value of Zimbabwe currency for a few different reasons. The government did not honestly report their spending to the International Monetary Fund, so there was no record of the imminent doom facing the country. In addition to the war efforts, there were a few other causes for the eventual hyperinflation of Zimbabwe currency. Due to the corrupt government, many officials were being overpaid, and people were not confident in their governments abilities. This unfaithful feeling towards a countrys government has the tendency to undermine the faith of currency. The Timeline of Zimbabwes Currency Hyperinflation. Follow this timeline for insight into the amount of time it took for Zimbabwes currency to crash. The very first Zimbabwean dollar is created in order to replace the Rhodesian dollar. A series of Zimbabwe bank notes are issued. The government begins to attempt a currency reform in order to cease the inflation. The government now implements another attempt at currency reform by eliminating ten zeroes from every Zimbabwe dollar. The third Zimbabwe dollar is now worth 10 Billion old dollarsthe second Zimbabwe dollar. However, despite this new implementation, inflation continues to rise. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe takes over and introduces the fourth Zimbabwe dollar, which eliminates twelve zeros from old bills. Dollar and the South African rand. Zimbabwe currency is obsolete and no more in use. The item “Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars replacement banknote ZA 2008 P91 UNC currency bill” is in sale since Wednesday, December 02, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Africa\Zimbabwe”. The seller is “forestwaves” and is located in Vilnius. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: Zimbabwe
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Zimbabwe
  • Denomination: Z$100 Trillion

New Zealand 100 Dollars P175 1985 Queen Takahe Bird Currency Money Bill Banknote

New Zealand 100 Dollars P175 1985 Queen Takahe Bird Currency Money Bill Banknote

New Zealand 100 Dollars P175 1985 Queen Takahe Bird Currency Money Bill Banknote

Get Vendio Gallery – Now FREE! WE ONLY SELL GUARANTEED GENUINE BANKNOTES AND COINS. NOT TO BE MISSED. Visit our me page for more information…. Courier service available on request at an additional cost. We will try to resolve your concern as quickly as possible to your satisfaction. The item “NEW ZEALAND 100 DOLLARS P175 1985 QUEEN TAKAHE BIRD CURRENCY MONEY BILL BANKNOTE” is in sale since Thursday, May 31, 2012. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Australia & Oceania\New Zealand”. The seller is “worldcurrencyandcoin” and is located in Singapore. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: New Zealand
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Unknown
  • Type: Banknote
  • Country of Manufacture: New Zealand

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1977 $100 One Hundred Dollar Bill Federal Reserve Note Vintage Banknote

1977 $100 One Hundred Dollar Bill Federal Reserve Note Vintage Banknote

1977 $100 One Hundred Dollar Bill Federal Reserve Note Vintage Banknote

1977 $100 One Hundred Dollar Bill Federal Reserve Note Vintage Banknote

Very good condition, slight fold as pictured. What you see is what you get. The item “1977 $100 One Hundred Dollar Bill Federal Reserve Note Vintage Banknote” is in sale since Thursday, June 29, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ US\Small Size Notes\Federal Reserve Notes”. The seller is “swanii_bkk” and is located in bangkok, default. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Denomination: $100
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Year: 1977