RARITY +8 We call Major error notes nothing more than the Title. Error notes that are not common, but only few exist. Some unique. Some that are "AS MADE" by the art of the printing malfunction.
1934D SERIES $5.00/$10.00 DOUBLE DENOMINATION   **KING OF ERRORS*  P.C.G.S #65PPQ

1934D Series Five dollar front, ten dollar reverse. What more can you say? A $15.00 bill? Yes a perfect Gem Uncirculated example graded by P.C.G.S #65PPQ. Pure paper quality as well. Many of these were saved, however many of these lack bad centering making them only choice uncirculated. Here's a really nicely centered GEM. An exceptional prize note that has nothing but a conversation written to it. When you looking for the king in an error note, nothing can surpass a double denom.
The Fifteen dollar federal reserve note. Priced at $SOLD


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1928A $10.00/$5.00 DOUBLE DENOMINATION  (AS THEY SAY THE KING OF ERRORS)  P.C.G.S #60 -NEW

1928A series Ten Dollar Federal Reserve note, with a Five Dollar Reverse. A Rare DOUBLE Denomination. One of just Eight known in the census. These notes appeared in ther Albert A Grinnell Sale in the early fourties. Most of these double denom's have tight margins. The cutting process was very poor on these sheets. This one was graded #60 NEW by P.C.G.S. These 1928a Series double denom's have fetched well over $45,000.00 in public auction. Here's a chance to obtain one of the "KINGS" of error notes.
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1988A $1.00 FRN *MASSIVE CUTTING ERROR/FOLD ERROR.......$3.00 BILL HERE YA GO* P.C.G.S #67PPQ

Talk about a delight.....  skewed nice and high, folded, then an overprint on top. Part of the top, full dollar bill, then part of the bottom is all here.  You could say three dollars.  An overprint is pushed downward from the alignment. Off in the area as well.   When this note was folded it brought not only two notes.... three from the front of the bill.   A fold over and aligned wrong during the overprint. Graded super high P.C.G.S #67PPQ with pure paper quality.  Priced $SOLD


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1928 $20.00 GOLD CERTIFICATE *MISSING THE THIRD PRINT* PMG #64 EPQ

One of four known...  #3 are Uncirculated and the fourth is an *AU*.  Here's one of the nicest out of the four known. A  1928 series Twenty Dollar Gold Certificate bearing ZERO third print. Unbelieveable? Yet it is. Graded and authenicated by P.M.G as a #64 with exceptional Paper Quality. A dramatic error note on a gold certificate. Clearly a bold statement. Priced at $SOLD

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1928 $20.00 GOLD CERTIFICATE *CUTTING ERROR* P.M.G #15

Low Grade... but it is what it is. A rare error on a gold certificate. Like finding a needle ina haystack.? 1928 Series gold certificate that was shifted over prior to the cutting process. As shown there is a part of the next note. "RARE" Gold certificate errors are few and far between. The note has been graded P.M.G #15. Written on the holder "two small tears" Affordable for such a rare error to exist. Priced at $2200.00 


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1929 TY-1 $20.00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ALEXANDRIA PA  (SKEWED OFFSET) P.C.G.S #62

CHARTER #6580- A skewed offset coming from a 1929 Series $20.00 First National Bank of New Alexandria PA. Graded by a third party P.C.G.S #62. Crisp Uncirculated note. This offset has been reconized and authenicated in the Don C kelly National Bank note 3rd edition guide. A terrific note that even bears a SERIAL #1. A front to back offset containing the black overprint. When would you expect one to show up on a Serial #1.?  This bank has a total of 7 large and 23 small currently known.  A westmoreland county bank.
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FR-1700 1933 SERIES $10.00 SILVER CERTIFICATE *KING OF THE SILVERS* P.M.G #50

What could be more better than a 1933 $10.00?  How about a documented gutter fold, authenicated and graded by P.M.G #50. About Uncirculated. A splendid highly talked about series that only had 216,000 printed. This note was featured in the March 2010 BNR. By Peter Huntoon. Classified as the only error known on a 1933 Series $10.00. Priced at  $SOLD


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1950A SERIES $5.00 FRN **DOUBLE OVERPRINT** P.C.G.S #15

50a Series Federal Reserve note coming from the Richmond District. A very rare double overprint found on this denomination. This note is unique for having a doubled overprint. There are #11 1976 $2.00 frn's. A $10.00 an a $20.00. This five is the only survior that has came forward in the collecting fraternity.   There are a few silver certificates that have appeared, however in terms of the frn's this is the only $5.00 encounter.   Though it's not 100 percent  it still sticks out with two sets of serial numbers, two signatures, two series, two seals.  Graded an authenicated by P.C.G.S #15. A great addition to any collection.
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1981 SERIES $1.00 FOLDOVER + SKEWED + MULTIPLE OVERPRINTS ON REVERSE

1981 Series One dollar Federal Reserve note coming from the Atlanta District. A sheet that was folded over while the overprint was in place.  Creating multiple errors to this note. While the sheet was skewed the overprint was mislaigned creating two overprints.  ON THE REVERSE. There are two sets of serial numbers....  you can see these many times on face of a large cutting error,  but this one comes on the reverse. The note features no overprint on the front, folded over on the front. A beyond tuff error to come across. We graded this one *Choice About Uncirculated*   Priced at $SOLD

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Type Errors are error notes that are created the SAME on different denominaions and series. Missing 1st print, 2nd print, 3rd print. Inverted reverse, Inverted third print, Mulitiple 1st print, 2nd print, 3rd print.
2006 $100.00 FRN ***THIRD PRINT ON REVERSE***   XF

Nice looking 2006 Series $100.00 Federal Reserve note coming from the New York District. An overprint placed right on the reverse of the note. Seals an serial numbers. A prized note, a conversation piece. Printed on the wrong side! Grades *XF* Priced at $875.00  


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2001 SERIES $5.00 FRN ***THIRD PRINT ON THE REVERSE**  CH-CU


Rare note, Not just because it's a third on the reverse. It's a $5.00 Denomination. A denom that does not get printede as much as all the other denominations. Error on newer $5.00's are scarce. This is the first overprint error we have handled on a big head $5.00. A great error that will be missed from the most collections due to the availibilty. Grades *CH-CU* Crisp Uncirculated. Nice embossing, fresh note from the pack. Priced at $1200.00


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1996 $20.00 FRN **BLANK BACK**  *BIG HEAD =P.M.G #55EPQ*

A big head style 1996 Series Twenty dollar federal reserve note coming from the New York District. A one hundred percent missing first print note. Grades *P.M.G #55EPQ* Exceptional Paper Quality. Great error. Priced at $SOLD


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1928 $1.00 SILVER CERTIFICATE **MISSING THIRD PRINT** P.C.G.S #58PPQ

1928 Series $1.00 Silver Certificate missing the overprint 100 percent. Embossing is present. Bright white note without overprint.
Graded by a third party P.C.G.S #58PPQ. Pure paper quailty to this note.  Tuff note to come acro
ss.    Great type note. Priced at $1100.00 

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When the two numbering blocks are accidentally set to different numbers prior to the printing run, or when one numbering block jams or clogs during production runs, a note with Mismatched Serial Numbers is created. Mismatch Prefix letters-Mismatch Suffix letters can also stick, or jam.





2003 $100.00 FRN DB38816245B  ***OBSTRUCTION & CUTTING ERROR***  P.C.G.S #65PPQ

Gem fresh from the pack it was found in. Hard to believe such an error could come out of a pack. But once it's unfolded  WHA-LA. Impressive error you surely have. This is a big head series error. Which as of late you should know that the BEP does in fact use computers an lasers to pick up mistakes before they make it outside into circulation. Yes they work better than the human eye!!   This note is a double error. Some type of obstruction was laying across the sheet before the seals an serial numbers (over print) was used. Next, this same sheet was misaligned from the cutting process? Maybe because the obstruction was in the way? We will never know. However it's a double error.
A gem third party graded one. P.C.G.S #65PPQ..... pure paper quality to this one.  Priced at $950.00 


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1977 $100.00 FRN *WILD BACKWARDS FOLDOVER ERROR*   P.C.G.S #66PPQ

1977 Series $100.00 Federal Reserve note coming from the Kansas City District A rare backwards unprinted fold over error. A small head design. This note of course is nearly double in size when folded over. It's 100 percent original. Nice embossing goes with this one. Graded by a third party P.C.G.S #66PPQ Pure paper quality to this note.  Lovely eye appeal... sure a major conversation piece on a note that is no longer printed, & 30 years old for the series.  Priced at $4500.00  

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1977 $5.00 FRN *MAJOR FOLDOVER WITH TWO OVERPRINTS ON THE NOTE* P.C.G.S #66PPQ

1977 Series $5.00 Federal Reserve Note coming from the Richmond District. A major foldover that has not one but two partial overprints to the note. An eye appealing error!  Graded by P.C.G.S as a #66PPQ. A Superb Gem. * Please note that this note was cut from the oversized holder it was in. It comes with the graded label. Priced at $700.00


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1976 SERIES $2.00 FRN  **80 PERCENT FRONT TO BACK OFFSET** P.C.G.S #64PPQ

76 Series $2.00 Federal Reserve note coming from the St Louis District. A front to back offset that is nice an dark. This offset cover 80 percent of the note. This is an early series $2.00. Fresh from the pack it was found in. Tuff error to have for a $2.00.  Well any decent error on a $2.00 is considered worth while for that matter. P.C.G.S #64PPQ. Pure Paper quality.
 Priced at $585.00  

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2001 $1.00 FRN *MASSIVE SHEET OFFSET ON REVERSE OF NOTE*  P.C.G.S #55PPQ

Only a few have ever came across the currency market to purchase. A multiple face offset printed on a angle across the reverse of the note. It's even upside down. Authenicated by P.C.G.S as a PPQ pure paper quality note. P.C.G.S #55PPQ. These notes has sold for over $3500.00 in past auctions. A great error note. Priced at $2250.00

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1928 $2.00 USN *NO BACK PLATE NUMBER*   P.C.G.S #64

1928 Series $2.00 United States note having an engraving error. The notes were found having NO BACK PLATE numbers. These are not very common. This note was graded P.C.G.S #64. It would of had PPQ however there is two tiny tears in top margin that you can barely make out with the naked eye. Original note, nice embossing on this one. The plate number that should of been there was supposed to be #100. It's described in the Stephen Sullivan error encyclopedia. Listed at $1000.00 in CU. Great looking note by far. Tuff to encounter. Thank you for looking.  Priced $625.00 

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1990 $100.00 FRN **SOLVENT SMEARS*  ABOUT UNC

1990 Series $100.00 Federal Reserve note coming from the St Louis District. A solvent smear that has came across the face of this note. In two different areas. This note is graded *AU* About Uncirculated. It has one light centerfold.
Nice eye appeal. nice centering as well. $350.00 


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2006 $1.00 FRN  *MAJOR ALIGNMENT ISSUE ON ALL THREE PRINTS*  VF/XF

2006 Series $1.00 Federal Reserve note coming from the Philadelphia District. First print, second print an third print are all affected in this error. Of course it starts with the FIRST PRINT not being aligned. Therefore the second an third prints are naturally not lined up. Most of these start with just the second an third. This one is all three. This note we graded *VERY FINE/EXTRA FINE* it has been circulated. It's problem free, just circulated. A stand out note for sure.  $350.00 

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#5 1977A $5.00 FRN'S  **UNDER-INKED OVERPRINTS **  GEM-CU

1977A Series $5.00 Federal reserve notes coming from the Philadelphia District. Here's #5 under inked third print over print errors. Starting with serial ending #20-21-22-23-24. Each an every note grades *GEM-CU*. Fresh looking notes straight from the pack they were in. What a set of notes!. Early 1977A Series.  $SOLD


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1999 $10.00 FRN MISALIGNED OVERPRINT P.C.G.S #66PPQ

To the left......  Even more. A 1999 Series $10.00 Federal Reserve note coming from the ST Louis District. A blazin Gem Uncirculated note that carries a third party grade of the #66ppq. The overprint was shifted to the far left. These big head design errors rather nver come out of the woodwork. Great error. Priced at $630.00



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2006 SERIES $100.00 FRN      **END OF THE ROLL**    AU

2006 Series $100.00 Dollar Federal Reserve note coming from the New York District. A rare end fo the roller error that not only forms a massive green matte strip across the one side,  it also has a massive shift to the first print on the reverse. I have only seen one other "big head design" End of the roll error, it was featured in the Gregg Anderson collection of error notes 3-2011 Lot #1425.
 This note has a few staple holes on both upper left an right sides. Otherwise it would be an uncirculated note. We gave it an About Uncirculated grade.  Nice error note.... missing from most collections. Sure to please.  Priced at SOLD 
 

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1990 $100.00 FRN *INVERTED CURRENCY STOCK*  (WRONG SIDE)  P.C.G.S #65PPQ

1990 Series $100.00 Federal Reserve note coming from the Boston District.  With the paper being fed into the press backwards the security strip is onthe wrong side of the note. Many of these notes were found circulated. Some of them are Uncirculated. Here's a high grade example. P.C.G.S #65PPQ.  The error is noticed when holding it up to the light. Strip is on the wrong side.  Tuff note to come across. We have the big head inverted currency stock as well below.  Priced at $475.00

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2006 $20.00 FRN *SOLID STAR NOTE ERROR* P.C.G.S #66PPQ

Neat looking error to come about... A full filled in solid star. An overinked star note. These stars are indeed never filled in. But this one has been.  Graded by a third party P.C.G.S #66PPQ. Pure paper quality.  Priced at $175.00


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2006A $100.00 FRN  **$110.00 ERROR NOTE**   *CH-AU*

2006A Series $100.00 Federal Reserve note coming from the New York District. A mis cut note that was folded in the process. Causing the next note to the your left to be present. These mis cut notes are found with the next note below. Not so much the note to your left or right. A (CH-AU) grade. Choice About Uncirculated. It was never circulated, just has a touch of handling .Pen ink is on the front of the note. This note does have a minor margin rip. It's located on the right side were the fold occured in the press. Notice the upper right margin corner an lower right corners have been pulled from the fold or jam in the press that caused the mis cut. Note this bill is in fact a full $100.00 including the next note. You can have misalignment error notes...... but how many of those are larger than the size of a bill. This note is #100 +.  Priced at $550.00


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1934D SERIES $20.00 FRN **OBSTRUCTED OVERPRINT**  P.C.G.S #65PPQ

An early series with an OBSTRUCTED view. An overprint that apparently had something on top before the seals an serial numbers were put on. A really nice high graded GEM example. P.C.G.S #65PPQ Gem Uncirculated. This one was spotted before it hit circulation. Lovely note. It would of been a $5000.00 dollar note plus if the obstruction was still with the note.  Priced at $320.00


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1977 $100.00 FRN *MINOR SERIAL NUMBER OBSTRUCTION   *P.M.G #30EPQ*

A minor serial number obstruction to this 1977 Series $100.00. Grades *Very fine to Extra Fine* P.m.g #30 Epq. Both serial numbers digits are missing. Priced at $SOLD


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