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  • It's not real. Nothing that large was every circulated. So, it's worth nothing.
  • They did make them, but only for use between Federal Reserve Banks. The Bureau of Engraving & Printing have a few that they display at coins shows. What you have is a reproduction. They quite good and very colorful. If the photo I uploaded makes it, you can compare yours to it. The photo is of a real one.
  • feel the cotton blend. see if it is threaded like all other u.s. currency make sure it is not printed on paper, as no us currency is, its all printed on a cotton blend
  • I would recommend taking it to a well trusted location with a witnes that you are related to to authenticate, and definately get about five oppionions, especially if someone makes a low offer. I saw a gold certificate sell online recently in a $1,000 denomination for 13,500, so if you do the math, 1000 x 100 = 100,000, so 13,500 x 100 = 1,350,000. Basically you have a bill that should be authenticated and sold immediately, because once anyone finds out that you have a piece of paper that doesn't require any signatures that's worth over a million dollars in your possesion... yeah, about that. So get cash for it as soon as possible.
  • To support my answer... Here's the facts... http://www.highdenomination.com/Gold.asp
  • I have come across one also, found buried back in the 50's with multiple denominations. They were locked in a box and was found in another country. I know everyone says they were all destroyed, but how does anyone know, just because the government says? Is it not possible seeing these were used for inter country money exchanges also that maybe some were misplaced. back in the days they did not have the accurate tracking they have now, so could they be real, I say it is a possiblility.
  • It is real but technically you shouldn't have it. It is intended for only the use in Fiscal Channels. They were never issued or used for general circulation.There were only 42,000 $100,000 dollar certificates printed and the only ones around today are not for sale and are used for educational purposes only.If you have one then it is probable worth much more than 100,000 dollars. info from:http://www.purpleslinky.com/Offbeat-/500-to-1000-to-10000-and-Beyond-The-Biggest-Dollar-Bills-in-United-States-History.82847
  • It is real but technically you shouldn't have it. It is intended for only the use in Fiscal Channels. They were never issued or used for general circulation.There were only 42,000 $100,000 dollar certificates printed and the only ones around today are not for sale and are used for educational purposes only.If you have one then it is probable worth much more than 100,000 dollars. info from:http://www.purpleslinky.com/Offbeat-/500-to-1000-to-10000-and-Beyond-The-Biggest-Dollar-Bills-in-United-States-History.82847
  • It could be worth anywhere from a couple of bucks (as a curiosity item...as long as it is clearly marked 'void' to discourage counterfitting charges) or, if it is authentic (?)...to maybe a million...(but, you couldn't afford to sell in an open market unless you want to go through a ton of conspirity trials...ending up with the tresury department confiscating it, because you are not allowed, by law, to have it...or cuffing you and confiscating it, depending if your some sort of wise guy or something). Does that help you? Cute question, though. I think I've heard only one other time of someones saying they laid their hands on one of these golden beauties by somebody up in Manhattan...(is that youse?)
  • I would almost bet that you have a reproduction. The 100,000 gold certificate was never in general circulation. :)
  • We are the same status. Please contact me
  • It is worthless (even if it is real, which I am sure it isn't.) Executive Order 6102 of 1933 as well as the Gold Reserve Act of 1934 criminalize the holding of monetary gold, gold bullion as well as gold certificates and further prohibits the redemption or sale of such certificates. Though these restrictions have since been relaxed, 31 USC 5118(d)(2) still prohibits the redemption of certificates issued prior to October 1977.
  • It's a worthless copy. Do you know how I knew? Because you did not pay $100,000 for it. Now, who's going to give you a bill at less than the face value unless it's a fake? Many people told me they found it somewhere or inherited from some relative. Believe me there are only 2-3 genuine notes exist and they are all in the museum. The rest were destroyed.
  • If we check up all, i found source of it : Indonesia, Filiphine, Japan. 1934 is War's worth 1st, so i have conclussion that it the time , US ARMY bring much gold certificate for do it something in the worth. The other side, Federal said that it real BUT for internal ONLY. I have 100 sheet, until now i don't what can do it this one
  • this piece of currency has everything on it as a regular piece,its a 1934 series.payable to bearer on demand as authorized by law.
  • where should i take it to make sure.

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