What is a 1934 $100 bill worth?

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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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