What is a 1934 $100 bill worth?

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A 1934 $100 bill has a value of between £61 and £77. The note rated as 'uncirculated star' goes for between £280 and £370, while one that is rated simply as 'uncirculated' is worth about £120 to £150.
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The non-stars bills are about $100-200. It really depends on who you are
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The 1934 series only extends to the letter D. You may be confusing the Federal Reserve Bank letter with the series letter; that's next to the date, not in the center of the seal.
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Hi Joseph: Thanks for the question. You did not provide the serial number or the condition of the bill, so I can't say if it would have added value. A serial number with a star (
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None of those bills are in public hands. They were only used for transactions between Federal Reserve Banks. In fact, the only reason they made high denomination bills (1000, $5000
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