There are a handful of small size notes that are truly rare. Some that come to mind are the $10 1934 North Africa star note, the $10 1933 Silver Certificate star note, the 1928 $5000 and $10,000 issues. While all those examples are exceedingly rare and command six figure premiums, there are sleepers out there that one can secure for significantly less and this is one of them. For decades the $100 1928 Gold Certificate star note was considered to be prohibitively rare especially in high grade. According to the census, there are at least a total of 12 examples known with only 2 finer with PMG. Considering that so few $100 gold certificate replacement notes were printed in the first place, finding a nicer example will be extraordinary task indeed.