One of the most popular Federal Reserve notes in popular culture is the $100 bill. With an image of Founding Father and inventor, Benjamin Franklin, on the obverse, spending $100 bills has become popular in American culture as spending Benjamins. The largest reserve note in circulation in the US these days, it has now been reimagined on a beautiful piece of gold for sale online. Right now, 1 Gram $100 Benjamin Franklin Replica Gold Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in a protective currency sleeve!
- Replicates the visuals from the US $100 bill!
- Contains 1 Gram (.03215 Troy oz) of .999 pure gold.
- The obverse depicts Benjamin Franklin.
- On the reverse is Independence Hall.
- NOT legal tender items.
Each of the 1 Gram $100 Benjamin Franklin Replica Gold Notes in this product listing comes with an archival quality currency sleeve to protect the piece. Gold notes are produced by combining thin layers of gold between polyester sheets, but the final piece is then housed in a currency sleeve for additional protection. All items are available in brand-new condition. There are colorized visuals on certain elements. Please note that despite the resemblance to the $100 US bill, these are not legal tender items.
The first release of a US paper currency in the $100 face value came in 1862 with the release of a United States Note. The original notes had varying designs over time, with one of those notes even featuring a depiction of President Abraham Lincoln. The modern $100 bill was introduced in 1914 as a Federal Reserve Note. Since that time, Benjamin Franklin has featured on the obverse of the bill. The $100 bill is the largest denomination in printed circulation as of July 13, 1969. Previous notes with a larger denomination included the $500, $1,000, $5,000, and $10,000 Federal Reserve Notes. Those were all retired in 1969.
The obverse side of 1 Gram $100 Benjamin Franklin Replica Gold Notes features a portrait of the Founding Father and inventor. The portrait offers a three-quarter profile relief of Franklin from a right-side vantage point. The note replicates the printed inscriptions on an actual $100 bill with a commemorative serial number just like those notes in circulation.
On the reverse face of the 1 Gram Benjamin Franklin Replica Gold Note is a depiction of Independence Hall of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The denomination is noted twice on this face, with a smaller inscription in the upper left and a colorized, horizontally arranged 100 on the right side of the gold note. The weight, purity, and metal content are located in the far lower-right of the gold note on this side.
If you have any questions about these gold notes, you can contact JM Bullion customer service. Please contact us on the phone at 800-276-6508, online through our live chat, and using our email address.