What is the value of a 1936 100 dollar bill?
Ther were no $100 bills with series date of 1936. 1934 was the closest date -- value in circulated condition = $105 -- value in choice crisp uncirculated condition = $150
The face value of any bill or coin is simply its denomination, so a $100 bill has a face value of $100, a $5 bill has a face value of $5, a penny has a face value of one cent and so on. The face value can be different from the item's value to a collector, or in the case of coins, a metal dealer. There's more information the at question "What is the value…
look at the number on the bill. if this question was referring to what are dollars worth compared to a different currency then the answer will constantly be changing as the value of different countries currency is fairly volatile. 1 dollar bill = $1 2 dollar bill = $2 5 dollar bill = $5 10 dollar bill = $10 20 dollar bill = $20 50 dollar bill = $50 100 dollar bill = $100