Featured in the upcoming December 2020 Currency Online Auction #62161
Inverted Back Error Fr. 2075-D $20 1985 Federal Reserve Note. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64.
A neat Type II invert, displaying portions of two notes on the back, is found on this near-Gem Cleveland $20.
Inverted Back Error Fr. 1933-H $1 2006 Federal Reserve Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ.
A pack fresh example of a Type II inverted back error $1 FRN from St. Louis, this note features a substantial portion of two different notes on its back.
Foldover Error Fr. 1915-G $1 1988A Federal Reserve Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.
A well preserved Chicago $1 from the A plate position, this piece has a portion of the district seal and left serial number printed on its back due to a sizable foldover error.
Printed Fold Error Fr. 1928-C $1 2003 Federal Reserve Note. PMG About Uncirculated 50 EPQ.
A lightly handled $1 FRN from the H4 plate position, or bottom right, of a sheet that, due to a foldover error, has the Treasury seal, a district number, and a portion of the right serial number printed on its back.
Foldover Error Fr. 2041-J $10 2009 Federal Reserve Note. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ.
A foldover error prior to the cutting of the sheet resulted in a portion of the top selvage remaining with the modern Kansas City $10. Folds that occur due to the error are not considered by the grading service when assigning a grade.