“What is it?” #100 – the answer

We usually share photos of vintage items for “what is it?” Wednesday. This week we pushed the envelope a little for our 100th game. The first $100 dollar bill was issued in 1914 (we believe), so this week’s “what is it?” item, in theory, almost qualifies as an antique.

We showed a section of the back of the bill that reveals Independence Hall, in Philadelphia, PA, where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States were both signed. Benjamin Franklin graces the front of the bill. Yes, Mr. Franklin did reside in Philadelphia, too. OK, that’s enough of our history lesson for today. 🙂

Did you guess correctly this week? Click here and scroll down to read this week’s guesses.

Wish we could give away this $100 dollar bill… but OUR friends are all worth much more than this!

Happy Friday!

what is it 100 dollar bill

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