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$100 Banknote Solid Silver Ingot

  • Minted in solid .999 pure silver
  • The one-hundred-dollar banknote featuring Benjamin Franklin
  • Actual size: 70 mm x 30 mm (2.75" x 1.2")
  • Available

Total: $195.00

First introduced in 1862, the $100 bill originally featured a vignette of an American Eagle on... more
$100 Banknote Solid Silver Ingot
First introduced in 1862, the $100 bill originally featured a vignette of an American Eagle on the obverse. In 1914, Congress decided to honor Benjamin Franklin by putting his portrait on the banknote. The largest denomination banknote still in circulation, the $100 bill has been changed over the years, but continues to honor this legendary Founding Father. In 2009, a new bill design was unveiledby the U.S. Department of Treasury on April 21, 2010. In order to stay ahead of counterfeiters, the new $100 bill features a noticeably larger portrait of Franklin and several colorful deterrents including a blue 3-D security ribbon with images of bells and 100s, and a color-changing bell in an inkwell. These high-tech features presented significant production problems which forced the Treasury todelay its release for more than three years. The new $100 banknotes finally made their official debut on October 8, 2013. The One-Hundred-Dollar Banknote Solid Silver Ingot is minted in .999 puresilver, this exquisite ingot is a highly detailed reproduction of the newest edition of the $100 bill featuring Benjamin Franklin.
Limitation: 9999 complete collection
Weight: 31.1 g
Diameter: 70 mm x 30 mm
Obverse: $100 Banknote
Reverse: $100 Banknote
Material: .999 fine silver
Quality: Proof
Issue year: 2014

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