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$100 Note
   shows   
Benjamin Franklin
Statesman
Oriental Avenue
   costs   
$100
Cyan
Vermont Avenue
   costs   
$100
Cyan
Yard
   is carnival lingo for   
A $100 Bill
Yard
   is a gangster term for   
$100
Benjy, Hundy, C-Note, Big One
   are all   
Nicknames for American $100 Bill
$100 Note
   has   
Ernest, Lord Rutherford of Nelson
Front. Scientist often referred to as the ‘Father of nuclear physics’. Amongst other accomplishments he explained naturally occurring radiation and determined the structure of the atom. The note also features the Noble prize for chemistry medal won by Rutherford in 1908.
$100 Note
   has   
A Yellowhead/mohua
Back. Also known as the bush canary. Part of a beech forest scene. $100 is the highest denomination in New Zealand currency.
$100 Note
   shows   
Independence Hall
Frank Lloyd
   directed   
$100,000 (1915)
James P. Hogan
   directed   
$1000 a Touchdown (1939)
$1000 a Touchdown (1939)
   starred   
Joe E. Brown, Martha Raye and Eric Blore
Director: James P. Hogan. Also starred Susan Hayward, John Hartley & Joyce Matthews. Plot: A show-biz couple inherit a college on the brink of bankruptcy. In a bid to increase funding they attempt to build up the college football team by offering $1,000 for every touchdown scored.
A$100
   features   
General Sir John Monash
(1865-1931) Distinguished soldier, engineer and administrator
G Note
   is carnival lingo for   
A $1000 Bill
A$100
   features   
Dame Nellie Melba
(1861-1931) World renowned soprano






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