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How Much Is A 1977 Series 100 Dollar Bill Worth?

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A 1977 $100 bill will cost exactly the money proposed.  It is still legal and valid tender in the US although it is not in circulation anymore. $100 bills of any year are still valid and legal.  Larger bills such as $500 and $1000 are also still legal tender in the US but these would be more collectable because they are a rarity.  The $500 and $1000 were discontinued back in July 14 1969 by the Federal Reserve System, which I am sure would like to get its hands on a few of them now. A large volume of the dwindling $10,000 bills were kept by a man called Benny Binion who displayed them in his Las Vegas casino in viewable cases. The display has gone now and the bills sold off privately but the sales figures are undisclosed.
There are only 336 known $10,000 bills in circulation recorded in 2009, 342 $5000 bills and 165,372 $1000 bills, which will make these the bills to keep your eye out for if you want to make some real money. As time has gone on and the introduction of the electric system of money has taken over, paper money, starting with the bigger denominations, has become obsolete, those big bills are no longer needed to exchange for large gold transactions anymore. The denominations that are used in the US currency production are $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $50 and $100 and the Treasury has no plans at the moment to change that. The $100 bill can also be found in several other countries around the world including Australia, Canada and Singapore.
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Well...if its in great condition...then you can receive up to triple the amount which is about $300-$325. You can receive this much because the bills they made then were rarely  $100 dollar bills and this is why its worth so much. :) (I wish I had one!)
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How much is a hundred dollar bill with a star at the end of the serial number worth?

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