All East India Company 100 Rupee notes are counterfeit. The East India Company never issues 100 Rupee banknotes. These notes sell from $10 to $200.
100 Rupees East India Company Eagle Note
Item : East India 100 Rupees Note
Condition : Used as shown in the picture
Signed By : C D Deshmukh
Serial Number : B/11 624542
The note is historically inaccurate. The British East India Company was dissolved 1 June 1874. This note is signed by C D Deshmukh who was the governor of the Reserve Bank of India from 1943 to 1950, over 60 years after the dissolution of the British East India Company.
This note is also not listed in any auction or banknote catalogs.
There have been other listings on Ebay which state that the note is a fantasy note. Careful examination of the higher grade note also shows that the paper is not watermarked. The watermark of King George VI is actually a gray scale print.
Some of the serials numbers are U 42 442943, G 31 716240, K 22 541950. However there is no need to verify the serial numbers since all notes are counterfeit.