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Why buy this Commemorative 1928 $100 24KT Gold Certificate?
The 1928 Gold Certificate Series holds a special place in American numismatic history, as it was the only such series to include small-size gold certificates. These notes are difficult to find and rather expensive. Fortunately, though, this replica commemorative is within reach. Privately minted and struck from .1 g of .999 fine gold, this commemorative is true to the original design save for a few very minor changes that identify it as a replica.
Powerful Portrait of Benjamin Franklin
At the center of the obverse is a portrait of one of America's most beloved Founding Fathers, Benjamin Franklin. Franklin is one of the most respected figures in American history. A politician, statesman, diplomat, scientist, inventor, and so much more, he is better known today than all but a handful of giants in American history. To the right is a large inscription of the face value of the certificate, "100," which is also noted in each of the corners. "THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" is inscribed along the top portion of this certificate.
Dominating the reverse is a vignette of Independence Hall, the famous Philadelphia landmark at which the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution were debated and adopted. Inscriptions above and below the building read, "THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS," respectively. Numerical notations of the certificate's face value are in each corner.
This commemorative comes in sealed packaging from Paper Money Grading (PMG). It received a GEM grade, which means that it has above average centering and lacks any folds in the design.
Don't miss your chance to own this 1928 Commemorative $100 24KT Gold Certificate.
|Year of Issue:||1928|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
|Obverse Design:||Benjamin Franklin|