Small Size Inverted and Double Denomination Errors

Error notes are notes that are misprinted at the BEP. When ,these sheets ,are detected ,they are pulled and destroyed ,and then they are replaced by perprinted star notes. However, some of these error notes escape detection and are released into ,general circulation. There are various types of error notes, some more dramatic than others. , Collectors are facinated by these types of notes and a whole new collecting market ,was born. Some of the types are: Blank backs, missing first , second or third print, foldovers, miscuts or mis-aligned notes, gutter-folds, inverts, double denominations and a few others. The more the dramatic the error, the more valuable they are. There are several books on these types of notes by authors Fred Bart and Steve Sulliavn. You can buy these books at your local book store or on-line.

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1935 $1 Silver Cert. Inverted 3rd print Error Ser. # A62096714F PCGS-25
This is an unusual error in the sense that most inverted 3rd print errors -do not- include inverted signatures and date. If you will look closely at all the inverted 3rd print errors on $1 silver certificates you will notice that the signature and date re...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 3816 Price: $395.00

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Fr.-1600 1928 $1 Silver Certificate (Invert Face Error) Ser. # C24840905A CGA-40
Invert! This is a 1928 $1 Silver Certificate inverted back error. This is one of two consecutive errors. If you are interested in the set I can make additional concessions. The other one is in a CGA-45 holder. I bought them as a set but I am breaking them...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 7233 Price: SOLD

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Fr.-1600 1928 $1 Silver Certificate (Invert Face Error) Ser. # C24840906A CGA-45
Invert! This is a 1928 $1 Silver Certificate inverted back error. This is one of two consecutive errors. If you are interested in the set I can make additional concessions. The other one is in a CGA-40 holder. I bought them as a set but I am breaking them...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 7116 Price: SOLD

Fr.-1601 1928 $1 Silver Certificate (Inverted Face Error) Ser. # I30322943A CGA-15
Its upside-down! How about a cheap 1928A $1 Silver Certificate Inverted Face error note...real cheap! I don't remember where I got this error note or how much I paid for it, but its here for sale. It looks like a $500 error. What do you think? It is a rat...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 3711 Price: $500.00

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Fr.1606- 1934 $1 Silver Certificate (Inverted Face Error) Ser. # E34240317A Raw
This is a super tough invert face note. It is the 1934 small size Silver Certificate with the Blue Seal. Most of your inverted face errors that are known are from the 1935 series. This circulated example shows no problems as there are no rips, tears or pi...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 7200 Price: SOLD

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Fr.-1960 1934D $5 $5 / $10 (Double Denom Error) Ser J43180826A PCGS-65 PPQ
This error note is the "King of all Errors"

You are viewing one of the most remarkable small size errors of all time! It is commonly referred to as "The King" of all Small Size Errors and sometimes referred to by de...

Added: 11/7/2014 Views: 7362 Price: SOLD

Fr.-2006 1934 $10 Cleveland FRN LGS (Inverted Face Error) Ser. # D11954796A Raw
I bet you have never seen anything like this? here is a 1934 $10 FRN from Cleveland with an inverted face. Look closely at both sided and you will see that the front or is it the back, is printed upside down. These are very rare and highly desirable notes...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 3719 Price: $1,150.00

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