The design is
similar to that of the $10 LM39 treasury note with the
inclusion of a train scene and the coat of arms of the State of
The portrait of Governor Joseph E. Brown is
identical to that used on the ML 4 and ML 21 treasury notes. The
signatures are bogus.
A single $100 treasury note is known to exist, and this specimen may be
an essay note that was never returned to the treasury.
Other $100 treasury notes either were never printed or were destroyed
prior to issue.