From 28 September to 18 October 2017, Bank of China is taking orders for a new 100-dollar note to commemorate the bank’s 100th anniversary of its presence in Hong Kong. Although legal tender, the notes aren’t intended for circulation. 2,900,000 notes were offered as numismatic products packaged in a folder for HK$288. An additional 300,000 sets of three uncut notes in a folder for HK$988. Finally, 40,000 uncut sheets of 30 notes each offered for HK$13,888 each. Profits from the sale of the notes were donated to charitable organizations in Hong Kong.
Courtesy of Chaopiaobaike and Hang.