Why order this GEM Proof 2017 Silver $100 Currency Strike in original mint packaging?
This $100 bill may look like a Federal Reserve note, but it is actually struck from silver. It weighs 5g and is composed of the precious metal in .999 fineness. The similarity between this rectangular proof and a $100 bill is impressive. Only 20,000 of these were struck. This replica is unique because of its silver composition and nearly identical appearance to a $100 bill.
Stunning $100 Franklin design
The obverse of this proof features a portrait of Benjamin Franklin, like the one found on modern $100 Federal Reserve notes. There is even a serial number in the upper left corner.
The design on the reverse shows Independence Hall. The face value is shown in multiple locations on this side as well.
GEM Proof condition with original Mint packaging
This 5 g $100 bill silver proof is fresh from the Mint. It is still in GEM Proof condition, and it comes with its original mint packaging. This includes a folder, a certificate of authenticity and an ultraviolet light. The ultraviolet light can be used to bring out hidden details on the proof, such as the band next to Ben Franklin and the red color of the quill and inkwell.
Order today, this GEM 2017 5 g silver $100 Franklin currency strike in original mint packaging could be a part of your collection.
|Year of Issue:||2017|
|Packaging:||Original Government Packaging|
|Display Weight:||5 g|
|Weight in Grams:||5 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.1608 oz|
|Diameter:||53.98 x 65.09 mm|