Fake 100 USD Counterfeit Banknotes For Sale
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Cotton-Linen uses the latest technology to produce our notes so that it looks 100% identical to the real bills. This thus means all security features present in the real notes are present in the note we make. Our team is made up of Quality IT technicians from Morocco, the US, Russia, India, Korea, and China,
The one hundred dollar note ($100) is a denomination of money in the United States. The first United States Note of this denomination was produced in 1862, and the Federal Reserve Note version was introduced along with other denominations in 1914.
Since 1914, the front of the note has featured the statesman, inventor, diplomat and American founding father Benjamin Franklin.
On the reverse of the banknote is the image of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, which has been used since 1928.
Since 13 July 1969, when the $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 denominations were discontinued, the $100 note has been the largest denomination printed and in circulation.
As of December 2018, a $100 note in circulation has an average life of 22.9 years before it must be replaced due to expiry.
SECURITY FEATURES OF OUR 100 USD BILL
3D Security Ribbon On $100
Search for a blue ribbon on the front of the 100 US dollar banknote. Tilt the note back and forth while focusing on the blue ribbon. You will notice the bells change to 100s as they move. When you tilt the note back and forth, the bells and 100s move the edge to the side. If you tilt it side to side, they move up and down. The ribbon is woven into the paper, not printed on it.
Bell in the Inkwell $100 Note
Look for an image of a color-shifting bell, inside a copper-colored inkwell, on the front of the new 100 US dollar banknote. Tilt it to see the bell change from copper to green, an effect that makes the bell seem to appear and disappear within the inkwell on the banknote.
Color-Shifting Ink On $100
Tilt the bill to see the numeral 100 in the down right corner of the note shift from copper to green.
$100 Watermarks Security Feature
Maintain the note to light and look for a faint image of Benjamin Franklin in the blank area to the right of the portrait. The watermark is visible from either side of the bill.
Hold the banknote to light to see an inserted thread that runs vertically to the left of the portrait. The thread is imprinted with the letters the USA and the numeral 100 in a fluctuating pattern and is apparent along the thread from both sides of the bill. The thread glows pink when illuminated by ultraviolet light.
Symbols of Freedom On Our $100
The new 100 dollar bill’s American symbols of freedom—phrases from the Announcement of Independence and the quill the Founding Fathers used to sign the historic record—are found to the right of the portrait.
Updated Portrait and Vignette
A portrait of Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, rest on the front of the new 100 US dollar bill. On the back, there is a new vignette of Independence Hall featuring the back, rather than the front, of the building. The ovals around the picture and the vignette have been eliminated and the images have been expanded.
Microprinting On Our $100
Search carefully for little printed words which appear on Benjamin Franklin’s jacket collar, near the blank space where the portrait watermark shows up, along the golden quill, and in the note boundary.
Federal Reserve Indicators On Our Bill
A universal seal to the left of the portrait represents the entire Federal Reserve System. A letter and number under the left serial number identify the issuing Federal Reserve Bank. There are 12 regional Federal Reserve Banks and 24 branches located in major cities throughout the United States.
Our Serial Numbers Technic
The unique mixture of eleven numbers and letters shows up twice on the front of the bill. Because they are special identifiers, serial numbers assist law enforcement to identify counterfeit notes, and they also help the Bureau of Engraving and Printing track quality standards for the bills they produce
Under UV light Feature
The safety thread of the redesigned 100 United states dollars will show up and shine pink when enlightened by ultraviolet light. Banknote paper absorbs the UV light.
Large gold 100 View
Search for a large gold numeral 100 on the back of the 100 United States Dollar bill. It helps to help the visually impaired in detecting the bill by touch.
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