The Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s Production Report for September, 2017 shows an addition to
the enigmatic Series 2013 $100 notes. With the addition of 3,200,000
notes for the St. Louis district (H), four of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks
have now ordered the denomination.
All were printed at the Western Facility in Fort Worth, Texas. The
others were produced for the New York, Atlanta, and San Francisco banks.
All Series 2013 notes have serial numbers starting with the letter
M, with the second letter designating the Federal Reserve district — B
for New York, F for Atlanta, and L for San Francisco.
Brockage or contact mark? Mike Diamond explains.
Also in our Nov. 20 issue, a reader found a fascinating Barber
dime that’s over a century old; John Wexler profiled what makes it different.
The Series 2013 $100 bills were first printed from November 2014 to
March 2015, but were not delivered to banks until recently. The reason
given was to avoid confusion in the market.
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