One Hundred Dollars National Currency banknote brown seal
The Federal Reserve issued American Dollar banknotes in 9 different denominations,
including this One Hundred Dollars National Currency banknote brown seal. They are part of the previous series US dollar banknotes series. The Federal Reserve started issuing
these 100 American Dollar banknotes in 1929. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1929.
This Federal Reserve American one hundred dollar bill has a brown seal and depicts Benjamin Franklin on the front, and Independence Hall in Philadelphia on te reverse. In addition to being one of the Founding Fathers and a leading politician, Franklin was also an eminent scientist who researched electricity, and his experiments led to the development of the lightning rod.
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