What is a 1934 $100 bill worth?

Answer

The 1934 100 dollar bill has a premium that is normally about 10 percent to 30 percent above the exchange rate of the day. The bill may have a mint that is either from Philadelphia or Denver and some do not have the common phrase denoted as 'In God We Trust'.
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I'll buy it from you I'll give you 10 dollars if it's in mint condition. If it's been circulated and not in good shape it's only worth 4 or 5 dollars but write me and i'll buy it
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Depending on the condition of the 1934 100.00 bill, it can range in price
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Before 1928, U.S. currency, including $2 notes, was larger than it is today (7.42 by 3.12 inches) These $2 notes came in a large variety between 1862 and 1928: United States Notes
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Please post a new question with the bill's denomination. There are both $5 and $10 silver certificates with that date and series letter.
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