Type Errors are error notes that are created the SAME on different denominations and series. Missing 1st print, 2nd print, 3rd print. Inverted reverse, Inverted third print, Mulitiple 1st print, 2nd print, 3rd print.
FRN1985$1.00P.M.G #65EPQINVERTED 3RD PRINT TY-2$750.00
Famous inverted third print that everyone should have, Popular note , very dramatic.
FRN
2009A
100.00
GEM-CU
MISSING TREASURY SEAL
$SOLD
Missing the treasury seal. First one we have came across or have seen on these NEX GEN $100.00'S.
FRN
1996
$100.00
XF/AU OFFSET "BEARDED LADY ERROR"
$465.00
This is an interesting wet offset error that forms a "beard" over Franklin's face.
FRN2009A$100.00AUCUTTING ERROR **STAR NOTE**$575.00
Selvedge is attached to the top of the note as it was miscut at the BEP, and this (ironically) is a star note as well.
FRN1934$5.00VF +GUTTER-FOLD ERROR$85.00 
Gutterfold error which is tough to locate on any 1934 series FRN.


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

GOLD
1928$20.00P.M.G #15
CUTTING  ERROR$2200.00
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.
FRN1977$100.00P.C.G.S #66PPQ PRE-OVERPRINT FOLDOVER$SOLD
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.
FRN1988 $100.00 UNCMAJOR PRINTED FOLDOVER ERROR 
graded P.M.G. 65 EPQ
SOLD
1988 Series $100.00 Federal Reserve Note coming from the New York District. A Major fold-over error on a $100.00 is a rare item, and this ones comes with punch thru embossing all around, which is very impressive when the flap is opened and yuo can see the blank imprint of the press.


USN
1953
$2.00
P.C.G.S #65 FOLDOVER ERROR $375.00
Rare to find a foldover on a red seal $2.00, and beyond rare in this condition.
SILVER1935B$1.00CH-CUFOLDOVER ERROR$725.00
Printed foldover error that appears to be so awesome looking on a silver. Yet this is no ordinary silver. It's a 35B series. Fred Vinson Signature note. What a dandy. 
FRN 1977 $5.00 P.C.G.S #66PPQ FOLDOVER ERROR $SOLD
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.
FRN1981$5.00P.M.G #64PRINTED FOLDOVER $SOLD
Early Series printed foldover error.  A decent portion of the note was folded over having the overprint on-top.


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.
FRN
2006
$1.00
P.M.G #30EPQ
B076/B276 MISMATCH STAR ERROR
$900.00
I believe there are less than six of these reported. A Very rare star mismatch. Low grade, but does have the original paper quality.

FRN1977$1.00P.M.G#65EPQMISALIGMENT 2ND/3RD$SOLD
Not only did we effect the face printing, but the overprint as well. Great error, awesome grade.
FRN1996$100.00P.C.G.S #58PPQEND OF THE ROLL ERROR$1150.00
Seen only a few of these. They are tuff to encounter on $100.00's. This one was saved early. Original PPQ note.  Bart's 4th edition priceguide has a $1.00 listed at $1000.00 in CU. Here's a $100.00. Will not last long.
FRN2001$1.00P.C.G.S #55PPQINVERTED SHEET OFFSET ON FRONT$2250.00
Only a few have erver came across the currency market to purchase. A multiple offset printed on an 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 have sold for over $3500.00 in the past at public auction. Wonderful error note.

USN
1928$2.00P.C.G.S #64MISSING BACKING PLATE #$SOLD
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. 

FRN
2006$20.00P.C.G.S #66PPQOVER-INKED STAR$175.00
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. 

FRN1990$100.00P.C.G.S #65PPQINVERTED CURRENCY STOCK$525.00
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.