$100 Small Size Fancy Serial Number Notes

Fancy Serial Numbers-Small Size

Fancy serial numbered notes are notes that have five to eight serial numbers arranged in a way that makes them different. The different types of fancy serial numbers include:

Solid Numbers- Notes that have all of the serial numbers the same digit, F88888888A or AB11111111B.

Radars- Notes that have a serial number that reads the same forwards as well as backwards: K0002112000A or Z8778K or J11222211A.

Low Serial Numbers- Numbers that have a very low serial number, usually 3-digit or less: BA00000123A or J00000001* or D2A.

Binary Numbers- Notes that have all ones and zeros: BA11001010A or Z11110000B or D1101A A00000001*

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Fr.-1890G* 1929 $100 Chicago PMG VF-25 EPQ Serial # G00000002*
This is a 1929 $100 Chicago FRBN star note. This is a very important and rare note. The single-digit serial number is G00000002*. The second lowest serial number known on all FRBN stars. Only 14 of these $100 Chicago FRBN stars are known. This star note c...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 3762 Price: $17,500.00

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Fr.-2003 2003 $100 San Fran. (10 notes set) PMG-67PPQ Serial # FL33333333B
Here is a set of 10 2003 $100 FRN notes in a PMG-67EPQ holder. This is the only solid serial number $100 FRN that I have seen in a PMG-67EPQ. The serial numbers range from FL33333330B to FL33333339B. The solid threes is included in the set. This note has ...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 7428 Price: SOLD

Fr.-2161 1950 $100 San Francisco FRN Solid 1s Ser. # L11111111A PCGS-25
SALE!
$2,950
14% Off
This is only the second set of solid ones on a $100 FRN that I have ever seen. I owned both sets and I sold the other ser in Long Beach in the summer of 2008 for $3950. this is a 1950D San Francisco F...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 3710 Price: $3,450.00

Fr.-2175 1996 $100 San Francisco Ser. # AL77777777B PCGS VF-30
All sevens on a $100! This is the second solid serial number on a Big Head $100 FRN. This one is from the San Francisco district. There were two known on a BIG Heads. I owned both sets. I sold the other set 2 years ago in Long Beach. This serial number is...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 3791 Price: $2,450.00

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