BEN FRANKLIN $100 REPLICA 5G SILVER NOTE
These beautiful silver notes accurately replicate the images of the modern Federal Reserve Note, including replications of the security features the Treasury includes in the notes. However, these notes are collectible silver items and have no legal tender status.
The obverse of 5 Gram Benjamin Franklin Replica Silver Notes includes a portrait of the famous Founding Father. When the US introduced the Federal Reserve Note in 1914, the $100 bill was the largest denomination, at first, and included a right-profile portrait of Franklin. The current designs in use on the $100 bill, as featured here, were redesigned in 2009.
On the reverse side of 5 Gram $100 Benjamin Franklin Replica Silver Notes is a depiction of Independence Hall. Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the building is central to the history of Americas founding. It was in this building that the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence at the start of the American Revolution. It was also the site of the adoption of the United States Constitution following Americas victory in the Revolutionary War.
This piece has not been graded or encapsulated by a third-party grading service. It is in the same condition it was in when it left the Mint.