The $100 bill is a Federal Reserve Note valued at 10,000 cents (equivalent to 2,000 nickels, 1,000 dimes, 400 quarters, 100 $1 bills, 20 $5 bills, ten $10 bills, five $20 bills, or two $50 bills).

On the front is Benjamin Franklin, and on the back is the United States Independence Hall.

Series 1988Edit

Like the $50 bill, the $100 bill got a Series 1988 in 1989, and production continued through January 1991.

Series 1990Edit

In 1991, microscopic printing was added around Franklin's portrait on all newer $100 bills, before they began circulation as Series 1990.

Series 1996Edit

The $100 bill was redesigned in 1996 as Series 1996.

Series 2009AEdit

100dollar 2011

The current design of the $100 bill began production in early 2010, and went into circulation on October 8, 2013. It was a Series 2009A.

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