Saturday, November 05, 2005

Error Dollar Bill

Do you have an error bill and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

This question was asked...


Anonymous said...
Hello Do you know anything about errors in dollar
bills? I have a crisp one dollar bill 1981 that is stamped with an "E" on the
front and also on the back.

I responded with...


Man said...
I need a picture to be more exact but it is possible, it is called Overprints on Back, it would also include a weak serial number along with the E.

In crisp uncirculated it would be worth $250.00.
It was a logic response because I didn't know the E was reversed.

Next...


Anonymous said...
I have a picture but how can I show you a picture? The normal cut and paste didn't work. After looking at it closer I see that the E is not stamped on both sides. It has actually bled through to the back. The E is very dark on the back and it is reversed. There are also four 5's that have bled through...as they are reversed, also. The serial number is only visible on the front.
Oh I see things more clearly...


Man said...
Sounds like you have an Offset Error for one dollar bills its about $75 to $100.

Here's a ten dollar example I used Imageshack to host the image and then the HTML tags a and href
Picture
Anonymous' error sounds like a moderate-lighter version that happened on this ten dollar bill.



An offset error in the 3rd printing of a bill can lead to the "letter seal" and the serial numbers to bleed through the back this is the most common of error notes but still valuable. In one case a 1981 5 dollar bill with a 1 dollar bleed through this of course is a rare and highly valuable.

As you see with the ten dollar error above the prices should be divided by about three for your 1 dollar, so Fine: $50.00 EF: $100.00 CU:$150.00 remember the market changes and see prices reflect the highest you may ever hope to get.

Sidenote: With places like Flickr, imageshack and photobucket or other blogs just drop a link to your photo by using this format
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Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a 1977 double stamped 10 dollar bill on the back side of the bill, it is a very crisp bill that has been in the family for over 20 years. What would be the value ?

Man said...

If the entire back seems doubled then this is called a multiple printing error.

If it is minor done when a loose roller smeared the ink it is $250.

If it is a strong true doubling then its $2500.

The stronger the doubling the more it is worth. With some modern notes this doubling has been faked with a color copier but yours seem genuine since you had for so long.

If you can you could put the image/scan online and paste the URL to your comment and I can better tell.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1990 100 dollar bill, where you can see several heavy imprints on the back of the bill. It is imprints from the front. One is the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, the other imprint is the words ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. The last imprint is extremely heavy and is outside the block body of print on the back. Is this considered an error bill? IF so, how much would it be worth and where would you sell it. Thanks!

Man said...

Currency errors are hard to establish without a picture.

It sounds like an offset printing error, the value in extra-fine grade is $250.00.

If the error is a 100% offset where all of the ink leaked through the value in the same grade may double.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I have a crisp brand new $10 bill from the early 80's. The front side of the bill is stamped again over the back side of the bill. It is very clear. I worked as a teller in a bank during the early 80's and this was in a brand new pack of $10 bills. Can you advise what the worth may be at this time. I have it in a safe deposit box in a white envelope for approx 20 yrs. Thanks,,

Man said...

I would have to see the bill to get exactly what error it is but the seal and serial number on the back it is $250.00.

If the entire portrait and face is on the back and dark it is $200.00.

It is a common error, only rare on $2 bill but if it is real dark and was professionally graded your bill can be worth $1000.00

Here his a site that does grading PCGS

Anonymous said...

I have a 1957 $1 Silver certificate, the numbers the color is completely different from all the other $1 bills i have seen. I asked a coin collecter one time how much it was worth just for kicks. He told me that hes not to familier with dollars but he said it might be worth $20. Just want to have a second opinion. Thank you

Man said...

1957 $1 bill in crisp uncirculated can be worth as little as $2.00 up to $150.00 I would need the full serial number to find the value.

Bills/notes are harder to find values then coins nearly every number and condition of the bill is taken into consideration.

Anonymous said...

I have a one dollar bill that apparently had a scrap of paper about 1/4" wide that blocked out most of the letter L on the bill when it was printed- (the letter L that shows which mint it was printed at) is it worth anything or should I get a cup of coffee - Thanks very much

Man said...

It is called Obstructed Printing and in...
fine it is worth $5.00
extra fine it is worth $7.50
crisp uncirculated it is worth $10.00

Value would be ten times higher if you had the missing piece of scrap paper the L is printed on.

Janie said...

I have a mis-printed $10.00 1977 A Series. Could you please tell me if it's worth anything.

Thank you
Janie
magc56@yahoo.com

Man said...

$10.00 1977 A had a common mis-print called offset printing worth about $50.00 in extra-fine.

But if you can be more specific about the error and the condition of the bill I can be more accurate.

Anonymous said...

hey! I have a 2003 one dollar bill that the George washington side has either bled through because the words from the front are backwards on the back. George washington is very noticable on the back. what can you tell me about this one dollar bill? It has been in circulation. It is still crisp. George washington is looking to the left on the back and right on the front.

Man said...

2003 one dollar bill that the front side has either bled through because the words from the front are backwards on the back.

This is an offset error of the major type because the design is transfered to the front not just the serial numbers which is more common it is worth at least $50.00 if the ink is dark and more than just the portrait it can go up to $700.00.

Anonymous said...

2003 one dollar bill : Everything except the serial numbers went through.

Anonymous said...

We have an old indian / buffalo head nickle with no date due to just old. Any idea how much ?

Anonymous said...

I have a 1964 sterling silver quarter. Who can help me find the value?

Man said...

2003 one dollar bill: Everything except the serial numbers went through.
That tells me it is real and in the condition you described it may go for $200.00 I haven't been around the paper money collectors for a while, I'm into foreign proofs this month.

We have an old indian/buffalo head nickle with no date due to just old. Any idea how much?
Dateless buffalos sell for $0.25 mostly on the nickel value. They are often sold by the dozen on eBay. Very collectible.

I have a 1964 sterling silver quarter. Who can help me find the value?
They average about $3.00 depending on the current value of silver in extremely fine condition.
1964 quarters are the most common.

Anonymous said...

I have a crisp $100 dollar bill from 1977 that is stamped on the back with the picture from the front and the one for the back. How much is this worth? It's in good condition.

Anonymous said...

I have been holding onto a crisp mint condition 1977 dollar bill with half the back also printed on the front, it is an extremely clear and obvious misprint angled across the front. I have had it in protected hard cover since about 1982. any thoughts, I don't want to sell because it is my daughters birth year. just curious. Thanks Patti

Man said...

$100 bill 1977 stamped on the back with the picture from the front and the one for the back. How much is this worth?
If this is 100% transfer it is about $400.00.

I have been holding onto a crisp mint condition 1977 dollar bill with half the back also misprint angled across the front.
This one is a partial offset on a dollar bill it is anywhere form $35.00 - $75.00 depending on how much is on the front.


Both of these errors are called offset printings and all though they are common in crisp they are sought by most collectors.

Ken said...

HI, I have a 1950 A /series $5 bill which is uncirculated. The front is fine but the back was printed about 1/2 inch too low so you can see a small portion of the bill that was printed above and it is cut off right under where it says FIVE

Man said...

1950A $5 bill uncirculated.

This is a minor faulty alignment and it is worth about $25.00.

Ken said...

Hello Again. I also have a 1899 silver certificate $1.00 bill. Very good shape. I can send a pic if you need. Any idea on it's value

Man said...

1899 silver certificate $1.00 bill
depending on the signatures it is between $30.00 and $60.00.
The Elliot signatures are the least valuable while th Napier-Thompson are the most.

Anonymous said...

Hello,I have a 2003 $1 bill and if you are looking at the front of it the E is stamped on the right of George covering up part of the seal rather than on the right where it usually is can you tell me how much it is worth -AND- where I can turn it in for the money it is worth,
Thank you,
anonymous

Man said...

2003 $1 bill error

It sounds like a major Misaligned Overprint in extra fine condition it is worth $750.00 more if in better condition or shifted beyond the portrait.

Now where can you sell it.
If you take it to the bank they will burn it and give you a dollar.
You need a honest coin dealer.
Go to this forum LINK
They are trustworthy dealers who buy all kind of notes or can refer you to others who do.
Joining the forum is free or you can look around to see how others sell.

Last is eBay that is a place I bought error coins from before.

Good luck and great error. Try and get a good picture of the bill before going to the forum they will ask to see it.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2001 one dollar bill that was misprinted. The information that is in the center of the bill is in the correct places, like that "L" and the Department of Treasury seal so are the serial numbers. However, the border and the picture of Washinton and slanted upward to the right and the bottom half is on top and the top half is on the bottom with a blank section in middle where it should have been cut. The back of the bill is normal. I forgot in my previous comment that the bill was in the middle of new one dollar bills that was dropped off at the store I managed. I would like to know the value of something like this?

Man said...

It is called a faulty alignment and it sounds like a major one.

A 1995 bill with a similar error went for $5,000.00 in crisp-uncirculated condition.

First get a good picture of both sides, put it online and then start contacting error dealers like Fred Weinberg and ask them for an estimate.

Good luck.

cg1026tx said...

I came across 10 uncirculated (in sequence) 1957 $1 silver certificates...all are crisp. B44049817A - B44049826A Can you tell me what these may be worth? Thanks.

Man said...

10 uncirculated (in sequence) 1957 $1 silver certificates...all are crisp. B44049817A - B44049826A

In sequence all 10 would go for $50.00 in crisp they are about $4.50 each.

monique said...

Hey,
I have a crisp one dollar bill that has been completely double stamped on the front with the back side of the rollerits a series 1974. Do you think its worth something?

Luis said...

I have a 2001 10 dollar bill that seems to have a bit cut off at the top. is my 10 worth anything?
Here is a pic, its the top one Thanks .http://img66.imageshack.us/my.php?image=feb080001nm0.jpg or if that one doesnt work http://img66.imageshack.us/img66/7792/feb080001nm0.jpg

Man said...

monique
1974 $1.00 bill completely double stamped on the front with the back side


It sounds like an offset printing it is about $75.00 depending on how strong the second printing is.

Luis
2001 $10 bill that seems to have a bit cut off at the top.


This is a very minor cutting error not worth anything extra in perfect condition. It must have both part of the design cut and on the bottom a bit of the next bill showing.

Even if your bill had the design affected in that condition it would bring little or no extra over face value. Sorry.

Great picture though.

jhcantu said...

I have a 1977 K Series $1 bill that supposedly was pulled by the Federal Government that is missing most of the printing on the back, which is partially printed on the top barely showind the denomination and the rest is blank paper.

Man said...

1977 K Series $1 bill missing most of the printing on the back.

For 1977 $1.00 bills I know of both an "insufficient ink error" and a "missing overprint error".

For extremely-fine and a partial design...
The ink error is worth a little less at $75.00.
The missing overprint is worth about $125.00.

Anonymous said...

The hundred dollar bill that I have has full border on the face side, but on the back has very little border is showing and the overall bill is smaller than a normal $100.00 bill.

Man said...

A very minor cutting error explains the size. While a slight print misalignment explains the reverse.

Both can occur without bringing any extra value unless the design of the bill was effected.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1995 10 dollar bill with all the stamp from New york, serial numbers and department of treasury stamp all on the back of the bill. Have any idea the worth. it is in perfect condtion.

Thanks in advance

Man said...

1995 10 dollar bill with an "Overprint On Back" error in crisp-uncirculated is worth about $300.00.

Anonymous said...

Dollar Bill Without "In God We Trust" - We have an old Silver Certificate Dollar Bill that is missing "In God We Trust." Is it of any particular value?

Thank you.

Y2Gator

Man said...

Silver Certificate Dollar Bill "In God We Trust" missing.

In 1956 E Pluribus Unum was replaced as the national motto in favor of the religious motto. This was to combat the "evil" communist threat.

So the dollar bill had no motto until the 1935G series which came out in 1955-1956.

They are not worth anything extra but the bill maybe worth something depending on year and serial number.

Ken Risher said...

I have a 1969 10 dollar bill. still sligthtly crisp with a fold down the center and a fold at each corner. how much would it be worth?

Man said...

1969 10 dollar bill. still slightly crisp with a fold down the center and a fold at each corner.

With 3 folds it is worth at most $12.00 depending on serial number of course.

Anonymous said...

I have a one dollar bill that has been misprinted on the front, the whole things is moved towards the left and the top. but the back is fine is that worth anything?

Man said...

one dollar bill that has been misprinted on the front, the whole things is moved towards the left and the top

Unless a second bill is showing it does not have any extra value.

Dollarman said...

Can you tell me the value of a 1981 100 Dollar bill with a nice black stripe from a marker across the front from a bartender?

Anonymous said...

I have a $2 bill, on the right side, at the end, it looks like they were cut wrong, i have a partial print of another bill, but then on the back it's normal.

Man said...

1981 100 Dollar bill with a nice black stripe from a marker across the front from a bartender?

Exactly $100.00


$2 bill, on the right side, at the end, it looks like they were cut wrong, i have a partial print of another bill,

This is a minor Faulty Alignment worth about $35.00 more if the bill is older than 1976.

Anonymous said...

The bill is exactly 1976. the front of the $2 is shifted to the left alot and there is a little piece of the next $2 bill to the right.

Man said...

The bill is exactly 1976.

Yeah $35.00 is about right.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I just received a 2006 one dollar bill today that seems to have the black ink bleed through to the back. All of the letters are reversed but legible. It is a crisp new bill with one crease down the middle as it was in a wallet. What do you think it is worth and what is the best way to sell it? Thanks!

Man said...

2006 one dollar bill today that seems to have the black ink bleed through to the back. All of the letters are reversed but legible. It is a crisp new bill with one crease down the middle

This is an 3rd printing Offset error it's about $15.00 possibly more if the serial numbers are also visible through the back.

chris said...

hello i have a 1981 ten dollar bill the back side bleed through the top corner of the bill.i was wondering if that may be worth anything? thank you for the help
chris

Man said...

1981 ten dollar bill the back side bleed through the top corner of the bill

This seems like a minor Offset Printing error it's about $15.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1981 series 5 dollar bill which still has some of the next 5 dollar bill attached to it. The bottom left corner (face side) was not cut and the "5" is still attached. There is a bit of a tear like the bottom corner was caught in a machine while being cut? Any value?

Anonymous said...

Hi, I received a $1 dollar bill in change that has no serial numbers, Dept of Treasury Seal or Reserve Bank Seal on the note at all. It is a 1988 in nice shape but does have a fold in the center. I was looking a bit closer at it and can faintly see the impression of the serial numbers but they were never inked on the bill.

Man said...

1981 series 5 dollar bill which still has some of the next 5 dollar bill attached to it.

Depending on how much is attached they start at about $150.00 in very-fine.

$1 dollar bill in change that has no serial numbers, Dept of Treasury Seal or Reserve Bank Seal on the note at all. It is a 1988 in nice shape but does have a fold in the center.

If this is really an insufficient ink error then they start at about $200.00 in very-fine. It maybe be more if confirmed by a grading company.

KAY said...

DO THE NEW FIVE DOLLAR BILL HAVE THE WRONG DATES ON THEM 2006 INSTEAD OF 2008 ARE THEY WORTH $250.00

Man said...

DO THE NEW FIVE DOLLAR BILL HAVE THE WRONG DATES ON THEM 2006 INSTEAD OF 2008 ARE THEY WORTH $250.00

No, and no.

The 2006 is the year the design was originally made, only if a major modification happens will they update the year. These notes started printing in October of 2007 and are still being printed.

It's only worth $5.00.

Anonymous said...

How are you? I have a 1999 $100 bill thats in fairly good condition, with some creases in the middle/portrait. The serial numbers and seal (everything in green on the face) is slightly angled. Could you tell me if this is worth anything more than $100?

Man said...

1999 $100 bill thats in fairly good condition, with some creases in the middle/portrait. The serial numbers and seal (everything in green on the face) is slightly angled.

Sounds like a minor Misaligned Overprint error which is about $125.00.

JDfrmMD said...

hey, I have a very unusual misprinted U.S. $1 bill... the right side of the paper of the bill is teal... it is the same color as the right side of the U.S. $20 bill... have you seen this before? Do you know how much it is worth? I have pictures if needed... It is mint and it is a2003 series bill...

Thank you for your time. -Josh

Man said...

$1 bill... the right side of the paper of the bill is teal

I've never heard of this but it doesn't sound like a error. Maybe some one bleached the bill.

If you can drop a link maybe I can further research. For know I'm guessing a fake.

JDfrmMD said...

no, its not a fake i can see the red and blue pieces of string in it... it is not bleached either, it looks the color of a twenty dollar bill... how can i post pictures of it

Man said...

no, its not a fake i can see the red and blue pieces of string in it... it is not bleached either,

I say it's not real because how they make money is easily known.
So this error is just not possible.

But since nothing is 100% just scan the bill place it on imageshack or photobucket and they will tell you how to link it.

If I can't judge there are some great currency forums that may help you.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1974 $2 canadian bill..http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=110254778580
same as this one i belive....what is the error the extra blue ink on backside of bill?

Man said...

1974 $2 canadian bill

I don't see any error but it maybe the slight blue thing.

Either way I don't expect anyone will buy that note. They sell for about $4.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a one dollar bill from 2003, the words on the front "The United States Of America" are shaded in a metallic blue. I can't find any info on this and thought you might know about this unusual bill.

Man said...

one dollar bill from 2003, the words on the front "The United States Of America" are shaded in a metallic blue

It was just painted on by someone. This is not an error or anything special.

Sorry.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2006 series $1 bill that appears like the ink bled through to the back of the bill. All the ink except for the serial number and the seal has bled through to the other side. The bill has never been circulated. I found it at my job. I do the accounting for a grocery store. The bill came straight from the bank in a new bundle of bills, so I am positive it has never been circulated. Can you give me an idea about how much it may be worth.

Man said...

2006 series $1 bill that appears like the ink bled through to the back of the bill.

This is an Offset Printing error it's about $100.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1995 five dollar bill where the cutting was far off on two sides and the way the bill sides lay on one another is off. There is a tear on one end. What could the value be?

Man said...

1995 five dollar bill where the cutting was far off on two sides and the way the bill sides lay on one another is off. There is a tear on one end.

It is kind of hard to understand what you mean but most cutting errors start at $150.00.

A picture would help a lot.

Anonymous said...

http://img504.imageshack.us/my.php?image=fivedollarqt4.jpg

That is the five dollar bill, the other side starts from the very top and the rip is on the bottom. I noticed some lightly ink bleeding through the top

Man said...

That is the five dollar bill, the other side starts from the very top and the rip is on the bottom.

This is nothing special. Sorry.

It's a slight faulty alignment but not enough to bring in any extra value.

Just the opposite the gap and the tear brings down the value.

It is just a broken $5.00.

Anonymous said...

I have recently seen a 1995 $2 bill for sale in a pawn shop. It looks to be in great condition, and is kept in a plastic sleeve. The front has been printed over with the picture on the back. What makes this a little odd is that the over print of the back is in color like the back of the colorized $2 bill but I thought that the colorized $2 bill happened much later then 1995. I have not looked at the numbers on the bill, because it was under glass and I was just passing by. They have on the label, made by the pawn shop, "1995 double printed $2 Bill and their asking price is $550. They are a pawn shop so I know they label items wrong, but how can I spot if this is a fake, or could it be worth what they are asking. I have searched for a couple of days now, on the internet, but have not really had any success in this mater. Please help Thanks

Man said...

back is in color like the back of the colorized $2 bill

There is no such thing as a "colorized" $2. Both the back and front of the $2 have not changed since 1976.

The color should be very dark black or rich green.

Unfortunately thanks to modern printers it is very difficult to tell. Only experts can tell.

If the face is on the back it should have no serial numbers and Jefferson facing left. It's about $750.00.

If the back is on the front it would have the serial number and Jefferson facing right. It's about $1,250.00.

Anonymous said...

well I ended up getting it and it is the back stamped over the front. The face is facing right with the numbers. It is the full picture and is in black. It isnt really dark but you can see everything. It is a star note and The numbers are F00516832* it is from the Federal Reserve of Atlanta, Georgia. The pawn shop is giving me thirty days if I want to bring it back if it is not authentic overprinting. I live in Hawaii and I need to find out where I can get this authenticated. If you have any suggestions, that would be a big help. I have noticed that there is a small number 2 in the right bottom corner on the back picture and it shows up on the overprint also. I thank you for your help. Aloha

Man said...

An Offset error star note is worth twice as much. Sending it to a grading service may takes months.

Here is a link to authorized PCGS dealers they are good guys and look up ones from Hawaii and call them to see if they are willing to help. That is as much as I can say.
http://www.pcgs.com/dealers/default.aspx

Also take a great scan or picture and put it online for some may ask for an email picture or you can put it in a forum and experts there can help.

Some people can tell fakes from online pictures.

Anonymous said...

Hi
I have a 2006 C-Series $1 dollar bill that the front has bled through to the back. Very visible and dark including face, bold federal reserve note and one dollar letters, even the washington dc and this is note is legal tender..letters are visible. Also the lower right corner must have been folded during printing and that outline is visible as well. Worth anything?

Man said...

2006 C-Series $1 dollar bill that the front has bled through to the back. Very visible and dark including face, bold federal reserve note and one dollar letters, even the washington dc and this is note is legal tender..letters are visible. Also the lower right corner must have been folded during printing and that outline is visible as well.

This is an Offset Printing error on a 2006 $1 note. The series is not C but I think you mean the serial number begins with C.
It's about $75.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a Series 2006 One Dollar bill with missing letters and a design feature in the Bank Seal. The letters "ER" in Federal, the Letter "B" in Bank, and the entire "DESIGN" that was supposed to seperate the words Bank and Chicago are missing. What caused this and does it have any value??

Man said...

2006 One Dollar bill with missing letters and a design feature in the Bank Seal.

This is a minor Insufficient Ink error and would be about $2.00 if it's in perfect condition.

It is less common with the black ink but I have not seen a market for these.

Anonymous said...

Hi I have 2001 $100 bill that has the seal in front half blue and half green, the serial numbers are the same way. It is circulated not not bad condition. What would be the value?

Man said...

2001 $100 bill that has the seal in front half blue and half green, the serial numbers are the same way.

Sounds like damage so no extra value.

Anonymous said...

Its not damaged in any way, its an error in the ink process somehow. like the green ink wasn't complete so it left it blue and the other side green.

Man said...

Its not damaged in any way, its an error in the ink process somehow. like the green ink wasn't complete so it left it blue and the other side green.

I understand but it can be easily faked. So few collectors have expressed an interest in these.

Since the ink used is solid green it can break down into blue unless exposed to UV light or harsh chemicals.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a 1999 series five dollar bill with the letter e missing from United States (United Stats) on the federal reserve system logo. What would be the value?

Man said...

1999 series five dollar bill with the letter e missing from United States (United Stats) on the federal reserve system logo.

This is a very minor error so no extra value.

jtbpa1 said...

Hello, I have a U.S> one dollar bill B series Bank of New York,B49531760D, crisp, only printed on one side. Any information you have would be appreciated, Thank You

Man said...

U.S> one dollar bill B series Bank of New York,B49531760D, crisp, only printed on one side.

This is a Missing Printing error it's about $100.00 in fine if it was from the last 50 years.

jtbpa1 said...

the bill was from 1977, thanks for the info

dannymaru said...

Hey, I have a 1 dollar bill from 1993. The front is just like any other dollar bill but in the back there is no print whatsoever only a blank green. And it's in mint condition. What would be the value?

Man said...

1 dollar bill from 1993. The front is just like any other dollar bill but in the back there is no print whatsoever only a blank green. And it's in mint condition.


This is a Missing Printing error it's about $275.00 in mint.

This is ungraded if you were to grade it anything above a 65 would triple the value.
PCGS.com does grading for a fee.

Anonymous said...

hello im wondering are star note worth more then face value i will tell you my star notes starting with the lowest year ok to start it off is a five dollar bill series of 1934 A in extra fine condiotion *09820319A
know for a one dollar bill series 1935 C in crisp condition
*406159990B
know for two one dollar bills series 2003 both in crisp condition ok for one K01878251* and know for the 2end one
G07697710*
know for a tewnty dollar bill series 2004 in crisp condition EF05498566* and know for the last one a one dollar bill crisp series 2006 L06392785*

Man said...

five dollar bill series of 1934 A in extra fine condiotion *09820319A
About $120.00

one dollar bill series 1935 C in crisp condition
*406159990B

About $45.00

one dollar bills series 2003 both in crisp condition
K01878251* about $3.00
G07697710* about $2.50

tewnty dollar bill series 2004 in crisp condition EF05498566*
About $25.00

one dollar bill crisp series 2006 L06392785*
About $3.00

Anonymous said...

what is the difrence between a star note and a regular note and and would the star note be worth more

Man said...

what is the difrence between a star note and a regular note and and would the star note be worth more

The star note is a replacement for a regular note that was damaged while being printed. Because it is a replacement the amount made are low and changes every time.

In most cases the star note is worth more.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2001 5 dollar bill circulated with a cutting error on the bottom. It looks like the corner was folded over when it was cut. How much can I get? Thanx.

Man said...

2001 5 dollar bill circulated with a cutting error on the bottom. It looks like the corner was folded over when it was cut.

It would be about $150.00 in very-fine depending on the look.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1990 $100 bill with multiple images of the back of the bill printed askew and reverse imaged over the front of the bill. It's as if this bill somehow slipped front side up into the printing process for the batch. Incidentally, the back of this particular bill printed fine. Any idea what it could be worth?

Man said...

1990 $100 bill with multiple images of the back of the bill printed askew and reverse imaged over the front of the bill. It's as if this bill somehow slipped front side up into the printing process for the batch. Incidentally, the back of this particular bill printed fine.

Sounds like an ink transfer in extra-fine it would start at $250.00.
It would have to graded or seen by an expert to make sure it is not fake and what the error actually turns out to be.

linda said...

Hello, I have a series 1977 $1 bill, S/N L126527900C, that has both the front and back images on the front of the bill. The back image is reversed and extremely strong.I've had this bill for many years. It came to my store in a bundle from the bank and to the best of my knowledge has never been circulated. It is in a protective sheet in the vault. How much do you estimate it is worth?
Thank you. Linda

Man said...

1977 $1 bill, S/N L126527900C, that has both the front and back images on the front of the bill...never been circulated.

In that condition it's about $1,750.00 it would be worth it to get it certified.

cold pabst please said...

ya know i have a five dollar bill thats been bugin the crap out of me.. its a 1977 crisp as can be but the only thing wierd about it is the serial number is on the back side of it .. its just a regular old bill but i guess they forgot to flip the paper ive held on to it just because its pretty cool but would it be worth anything?

Man said...

$5 bill 1977 crisp as can be but the only thing wierd about it is the serial number is on the back side of it .. its just a regular old bill but i guess they forgot to flip the paper

1977 had this problem a lot.
It is an Overprint on the Back error it's about $300.00.

It's very cool.

Anonymous said...

I have 1963 $10 J00000090* in UNC condition or above, no clues how much it is worth? Can you tell me?

thank you very much

Man said...

1963 $10 J00000090* in UNC condition or above

About $120.00 possibly more because of the the low digits.

Scott H in Dallas said...

My one dollar bill is mis-printed and mis-cut. F69555471U, Series 1988 A. The mis-cut (both front and back) and mis-prints are all shifted equally to the left by 1/2 inch. About 5/16 inch of another bill is to the left (on the front), and same amount of another bill (same bill?) appears to the right on back. The mis-printed items are: Serial Numbers, Treasury Seal, Letter Seal ("F" FRB Atlanta), and four black "sixes" (6). The bill is very crisp, but sadly, was in circulation when I received it (in change) many years ago. I can send a pic via email, but don't know how else. Any estimation of value? Thank you!

Man said...

one dollar bill is mis-printed and mis-cut. F69555471U, Series 1988 A. The mis-cut (both front and back) and mis-prints are all shifted equally to the left by 1/2 inch. About 5/16 inch of another bill is to the left (on the front), and same amount of another bill (same bill?) appears to the right on back. The mis-printed items are: Serial Numbers, Treasury Seal, Letter Seal ("F" FRB Atlanta), and four black "sixes" (6). The bill is very crisp, but sadly, was in circulation when I received it (in change) many years ago.

First this may be a Fed-Web note the back numbers next to the word TRUST should be 1-5 or 8-10 and the face is either 1-8.

All you described is one error "Faulty Alignment".

All together it would be about $175.00 possibly more if confirmed Fed-Web note of a high grade.

Anonymous said...

Hi Man, my wife received this 2003 one dollar bill in change. Can you tell us if it has any value?


http://www.philgrp.com/2003_OneDollarError.jpg

Man said...

this 2003 one dollar bill in change.


This is an Offset Error but in poor condition so $30.00.

Jesper said...

Hi,

I have a $100 bill from 1996 in a very crisp condition. the green stamp that is supposed to be behind the 100-printing. I don't have a picture I'm afraid but perhaps you could tell me if this is a rare error or a more common one. Please note that the stamp is MISSING, not just partially missing/insufficantly printed.

Thank you, all the way from Sweden :)

Man said...

$100 bill from 1996 in a very crisp condition. the green stamp that is supposed to be behind the 100-printing. I don't have a picture I'm afraid but perhaps you could tell me if this is a rare error or a more common one. Please note that the stamp is MISSING

This is a Missing Treasury Seal Error
it's about $200.00. On the rare scale for money it is an R-4.
R-1 is very common
R-9 is very rare

Anonymous said...

I have a one dollar bill from 1977. The backside of the bill is normal but the front shows a clear image of the reverse side. What would be the value?

Man said...

one dollar bill from 1977. The backside of the bill is normal but the front shows a clear image of the reverse side.

Sounds like an Offset Printing error it's about $50.00 in extra-fine.

Jennifer P. said...

Hello, I am trying to find out if what I have is worth anything at all. I have a 1934 F series five dollar bill. Serial number #F15620555A. There are 4- black sixes, one on each corner. Also it appears that the front was printed at an angle while the back is completely straight.

Man said...

1934 F series five dollar bill. Serial number #F15620555A....Also it appears that the front was printed at an angle while the back is completely straight.

There is no 1934F series. You must be referring to the "F" in the Federal Reserve Seal.

This is a 1934 series it sounds like a Faulty Alignment error. Unless the front of the bill shows a piece of another then the error is minor. It would be about $20.00.

nick said...

i have a 2006 i guess series a dollar on the back you can see a revers of washintons face and federal reserve note at the top and one dollar at the bottom are backwards.very crisp bill. thanx for the help.

Man said...

2006 i guess series a dollar on the back you can see a revers of washintons face and federal reserve note at the top and one dollar at the bottom are backwards.very crisp bill.

This is a Transfer error about $75.00.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a 2003 A series $5. bill. The thing with this bill is the fact that it does not have the Federal Reserve Seal on the right side on the front of it over the word "FIVE". I have never seen a bill like this before. Have you?

All other features of the bill are present.

Man said...

2003 A series $5. bill. The thing with this bill is the fact that it does not have the Federal Reserve Seal on the right side on the front of it over the word "FIVE".

This is a Missing Treasury Overprint it's about $75.00 in extra-fine.

Anonymous said...

Hello, My husband received a 2003 $100.00 bill from the bank and the 100 symbol from the front appears reversed on back side. I can't tell if it is a bleed through or a miss print. It is very distinct. What would it be worth ?

Man said...

2003 $100.00 bill from the bank and the 100 symbol from the front appears reversed on back side. I can't tell if it is a bleed through or a miss print. It is very distinct.

Either way it's an minor Offset Printing error it is about $25.00 in extra-fine.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said - 2003 $100.00 bill from the bank and the 100 symbol from the front appears reversed on back side. I can't tell if it is a bleed through or a miss print. It is very distinct.

Man said - Either way it's an minor Offset Printing error it is about $25.00 in extra-fine.


Anonymous Responded - Do you mean $125.00 being that the face value is $100.00. Please clarify.

Man said...

Do you mean $125.00 being that the face value is $100.00. Please clarify.

Yes, sorry I meant to say it's $25.00 above face value.

So it is $125.00.

This is a Partial 3rd Printing Offset but I've not seen one for $100 bill only the $10 or less. I must estimate the value which is $25 for the error and then add the face value of the note.

Zainny said...

I have a 2003 $1 bill and the federal reserve bank designation is printed to low. That includes the seal on the left of washington and the black number that is in all four corners. The seal is covering up part of the serial number.

Man said...

2003 $1 bill and the federal reserve bank designation is printed to low. That includes the seal on the left of washington and the black number that is in all four corners. The seal is covering up part of the serial number.
This is a Misaligned Overprint or Uni-color shift of district information.
It's about $200.00 in extra fine.

Martinb said...

I have a series 1988 one dollar bill which has a perfect front and a very light/splotchy back. On the front are ballpoint pen notes - a circled #89 and what look like initials (like a person in the mint marked it for rejection). Anyway, where can I sell this? What's it worth? I've had it for about 10 years. Thanks, M Bennett

Man said...

1988 one dollar bill which has a perfect front and a very light/splotchy back.

The ink marks are not good, it's impossible to verify if it was done by inspectors or not.

It's an Insufficient Ink Error it's about $35.00 it would've been three times as much if the pen-ink wasn't there. Actually there is a chance that it's less if the pen-ink is strong.

kim said...

I have a 2003 five dollar bill with an a- under the date how much is it worth

Man said...

2003 five dollar bill with an a

About $5.00 unless there is something special you forgot to mention.

Goods said...

Hey Man,
Have a 1988 A dollar bill with normal front and inking error on the back. From left to right, the shading gets weird. Particularly on the eagle. What do you think? Thanks in advance, here's a link for the pic.
http://img100.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dollaroneew0.jpg

Man said...

1988 A dollar bill with normal front and inking error on the back. From left to right, the shading gets weird. Particularly on the eagle. What do you think?

I see no ink error but I do see a small 1.
What you have is a Fed-Web note which may explain the odd inking. These motes were experimentally made using a continuous roll process.
Yours have some heavy folds but it's about $10.00 maybe more depending on serial numbers.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1929 $100.00 bill from the federal reserve bank of new york.its in ok conditions. series # B00419320 A. is this worth anything ********@netzero.com

Man said...

1929 $100.00 bill from the federal reserve bank of new york.its in ok conditions. series # B00419320 A.

About $150.00

Jennifer Blackburn said...

Good evening,

I have a 2003 series "A" one dollar bill that is misprinted. One serial number and green seal is covering George Washington's face. There is partial printing of the seal (the black Federal Reserve Bank seal) is on the left hand side cut off of the bill. All of the misprintings are at a diagonal slant. If it helps in determining the value of my bill I can email you a scan of it, you can email me at *********@hotmail.com.

Thank you very much,

Jennifer Blackburn

Man said...

2003 series "A" one dollar bill that is misprinted. One serial number and green seal is covering George Washington's face. There is partial printing of the seal (the black Federal Reserve Bank seal) is on the left hand side cut off of the bill. All of the misprintings are at a diagonal slant.

It's a Major Misaligned Overprint error in extra-fine it's about $750.00. Great find.

MAS said...

Hello. I have a 1 dollar bill I got from Starbucks today from my change. At the bottom, the bill has a longer blank part than the top and the back has an overset I beleive it is called. The front ink has an exact copy over the back of the dollar bill. Is this valuable or worth looking onto?

Man said...

1 dollar bill I got from Starbucks today from my change. At the bottom, the bill has a longer blank part than the top and the back has an overset I beleive it is called. The front ink has an exact copy over the back of the dollar bill. Is this valuable or worth looking onto?

The front misalignment adds no value.
The Offset Printing would add about $200.00 but it needs to be authenticated by an error expert because lots of fakes have been floating around.

Anonymous said...

Hey i have a US $1.00 year 1999 series mint condition, there is a star at the end of the serial nos. what's it worth ?

Man said...

$1.00 year 1999 series mint condition, there is a star at the end of the serial nos

Depends on Serial Number anywhere from $3 to $75.

Anonymous said...

Back in the 1980's I was a bank teller and have a 10 dollar bill with all the serial numbers printed on the back. No serial numbers at all on the front. It is in minted condition. Is it worth anything?

Man said...

10 dollar bill with all the serial numbers printed on the back. No serial numbers at all on the front. It is in minted condition.

This is an Overprint on the Back Error about $300.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2006 1 dollar bill with the seal (K) over lapping the top of the green seal on the right hand side in good condition has a crease in the middle from being folded. How much is this worth.

Man said...

2006 1 dollar bill with the seal (K) over lapping the top of the green seal on the right hand side in good condition has a crease in the middle from being folded.

Sounds like a misaligned unicolor overprint which is about $200.00 to start but if the error is new and graded as unique or exceptional then expect ten times as much.

Anonymous said...

Hello,
I just noticed on a $100 bill I had in my wallet a weird stamp on the back. At first I was very sure it was put there after the printing but on a closer look I noticed all the thin lines that crossed the stamp are over it. I don't know what to say. Tomorrow I'll try to stamp a $1 bill with a similar color stamp and see how it looks. What is your opinion on this? I took a picture but it isn't very clear.
Image of bill

Anonymous said...

I have this five dollar bill the front has a printing error the back is perfect wanting to send you picture but dont know how

Man said...

$100 bill I had in my wallet a weird stamp on the back. At first I was very sure it was put there after the printing but on a closer look I noticed all the thin lines that crossed the stamp are over it. I don't know what to say. Tomorrow I'll try to stamp a $1 bill with a similar color stamp and see how it looks.

Great picture, this is a security stamp from a foreign country. When U.S. money goes overseas the currency exchanger put stamps on them to make sure they are not fake. The stamps are special for each bank and does not bring any extra value, just the opposite it devalues the bill for collectors.

Personally I found bills with 7 or more stamps usually from Asia and South America were fake money flows by the billions.

Man said...

five dollar bill the front has a printing error the back is perfect

To send a picture just do like the comment before yours. Use imageshack to link it here.

Or just describe the error in detail and I can figure it out.

Anonymous said...

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Man said...

Good pictures of a Minor Faulty Alignment Error it's about $35.00.

Anonymous said...

hi i just got this old five dollar bill and the front had ink smeard near the 5s heres the images
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a137/oneextranipple/5dollars.jpg

http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a137/oneextranipple/fivedollars.jpg

Man said...

old five dollar bill and the front had ink smeard near the 5s heres the images

It's a very minor error no extra value.

Anonymous said...

Hello, i was just wondering, i have a Series 1988 (A) five dollar bill with a crease threw the front that does not show a small portion of the print mark it looks as if it was folded while being printed, but the back of the five dollar bill is fine...i was just wondering if this is of any cost?
thank you

Anonymous said...

Hello, i have a 1943 (D) penny that looks silver how much would this be worth

Man said...

1988 (A) five dollar bill with a crease threw the front that does not show a small portion of the print mark it looks as if it was folded while being printed, but the back of the five dollar bill is fine

If small it is generally less than $100.00 depends on what is missing.

1943 (D) penny that looks silver
This is steel and it's about $0.35 in fine.

Anonymous said...

My brother has a new 5 dollar bill, series 2006, and the whole left side of lincoln's face is pink. The bill is in mint condition. I am a coin and currency collector and I have never seen anything like it. Have you heard of any others like it? Do you know what it could be worth?

Anonymous said...

I have a very new, crisp $20 bill that is mis- aligned. I was wondering how much it is worth and how to go about selling it. Thanx here is a code for a picture of it.....
[IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g177/flawlesskennels/misprint20.jpg[/IMG]

Anonymous said...

oops here is the right link for the mis print $20 http://s56.photobucket.com/albums/g177/flawlesskennels/?action=view&current=misprint20.jpg

Man said...

5 dollar bill, series 2006, and the whole left side of lincoln's face is pink. The bill is in mint condition. I am a coin and currency collector and I have never seen anything like it. Have you heard of any others like it?

It sounds like an Minor Insufficient Ink Error or Solvent Smear about $25.00 if it can be proven.

Man said...

very new, crisp $20 bill that is mis- aligned.

Nice picture but this is a very minor Misalignment Error and has no extra value.

Man said...

Oops I meant Mis-cut Error still no extra value.

Anonymous said...

Hi!
I have a series 2006 $20 bill. It seems to have a large ink blotch on it. Here is a picture of it:

http://img243.imageshack.us/my.php?image=inkblotch20jt1.jpg

What could it be worth?

Man said...

2006 $20 bill. It seems to have a large ink blotch on it.

This is a bank stamp and it is ink damage, no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1993 one dollar bill that wasn't cut properly and I would like to know whats its value

Anonymous said...

I HAVE A 1977 DOLLAR BILL THAT HAS A DOUBLE FOLD IN THE LOWER RIGHT HAND CORNER THAT, WHEN UNFOLDED IS BLANK UNDERNEATH, PLUS THE PAPER EXTENDS BEYOND THE SIZE OF A NORMAL BILL. IT IS DIFFICULT TO EXPLAIN AL THE PRINTING ERRORS ON IT. I KNOW YOU WILL NEED A FER PICTURES. i WILL GLADLY SEND THEM IF YOU CAN TELL ME WHERE TO UPLOAD THEM.

THANKS
NICK

Man said...

1993 one dollar bill that wasn't cut properly

Not descriptive enough to give a value.

1977 DOLLAR BILL THAT HAS A DOUBLE FOLD IN THE LOWER RIGHT HAND CORNER THAT, WHEN UNFOLDED IS BLANK UNDERNEATH, PLUS THE PAPER EXTENDS BEYOND THE SIZE OF A NORMAL BILL.

Your description was perfect.
This is an Interior Fold error it's about $150.00 in extra-fine if the fold reaches to the seal.

If you want you can just use a free photo site to upload pictures and drop a link here.

Anonymous said...

hello i have a 2003 $1 bill that is from the F region

but the stamp is on the right side of the bill instead of the left

and is for the E virginia region and is green instead of black

i havent been able to find anything about it online so i figured i would ask you and see if you can point me into the right direction

Anonymous said...

oh and it has been through circulation for a while though and is worn a little i would probably rate it a 6.5 in condition

Anonymous said...

Hello,

At a casino in Las Vegas yesterday, I was given an unusual $1 bill. It is dated 2006, and is stamped with an "L." I would say it's in fair condition- no rips, but there is a crease down the middle and a black mark on the back. It wouldn't work in the machine, and the casino employees did two tests on it and they deemed it real. Normally, the black stamp is on the left, and the green stamp is on the right of the front of the bill. This bill has an upside down and slightly sideways "L" on the right side of the bill, to the right of the green stamp, touching it. The serial number is H80995538A. Thanks for your time!

Anonymous said...

Also, the left side has a very very slight ink print of where the "L" stamp would have been, almost unnoticeable because it's so light.

Anonymous said...

IN REFERENCE TO THE 1977 DOLLAR BILL WITH THE INTERIOR FOLD I WROTE TO YOU ABOUT THE OTHER DAY
(NOV 20TH) I WOULD LIKE TO SEND SOME PICTURES BECAUSE THE BILL HAS MORE THAN JUST THAT ONE FOLD TO IT, BUT I DONT KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN ABOUT "DROP A LINK HERE". THE FREE PHOTO SITES I VISITED ONLY ALLOW E-MAILS OF PICTURES.
ANY ADVICE. I WOULD REALLY LIKE YOU TO SEE THE PICTURES

Anonymous said...

use photo bucket they will allow you to set pictures online and link them

Man said...

PhotoBucket.com does it but you have to join


Imageshack is free and no joining.
http://imageshack.us/

Man said...

2003 $1 bill that is from the F region

but the stamp is on the right side of the bill instead of the left

and is for the E virginia region and is green instead of black


This sound odd if not impossible, I think it may be a fake but this has to be seen in person by an expert. If there is a trusted dealer in your neighborhood try that. If not get good pictures and show it in forums to get multiple opinions.

Man said...

$1 bill. It is dated 2006, and is stamped with an "L." I would say it's in fair condition- no rips, but there is a crease down the middle and a black mark on the back. It wouldn't work in the machine, and the casino employees did two tests on it and they deemed it real. Normally, the black stamp is on the left, and the green stamp is on the right of the front of the bill. This bill has an upside down and slightly sideways "L" on the right side of the bill, to the right of the green stamp, touching it.

This one sounds like a fake. Maybe an Ink Transfer error at best but it would have to be judged in person.

These are being faked quite often using simple heat and steam. If you feel it's real find several coin shop and just ask. If your good with pictures take one and post it online for others to rate.

Anonymous said...

so if i send the 2003 dollar in to a grader then will that be a good way to be sure if it real or fake, because at work it passed a marker test, and a bill scanner test

sleekunsman said...

I just recvd a crisp 2006 $1 with either the black ink bleeding through the back or the back side of the dollar stamped with black ink from the front.. I can only see (clear as day) whatever would be stamped on the front in black therefore the serial number is not present on the back

Man said...

2003 dollar in to a grader then will that be a good way to be sure if it real or fake,

It is real money, that is not the issue.

Is it a real error is what's wrong?
Most grading companies can tell but for a fee of $30 or more and if faked you may lose out.
Before that get a picture or scan and email dealers online who sell error notes or post in coin/currency forum.

Man said...

crisp 2006 $1 with either the black ink bleeding through the back or the back side of the dollar stamped with black ink from the front

A minor Offset 3rd Printing error so maybe $15.00.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have a Series 1950B $10 bill that is offset and cut slightly longer than usual. The $1 bill in the picture is for comparison.


http://img372.imageshack.us/img372/9826/101jf3.jpg
http://img234.imageshack.us/img234/4760/102vk4.jpg

Anonymous said...

Also, I took another bill (1950D $10) and compared the size of the back face. The back face on the 1950B posted above was about 3mm shorter in width, which seemed a little strange.

Man said...

1950B $10 bill that is offset and cut slightly longer than usual.
This is a very minor Faulty Alignment error, along with the condition it has no extra value.

The $1 bill in the picture is for comparison.
This bill is nicer but also no extra value.(Just incase anyone is curious.)

Man said...

(1950D $10) and compared the size of the back face. The back face on the 1950B posted above was about 3mm shorter in width, which seemed a little strange.

It is well within the margin of error.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2006 one dollar bill serial number L38442815G that has a green ink run/smudge on the back probably most of the right half of the bill. The biggest part of the smudge goes from the letter E in the "one" all the way to the right edge. There is also a heavy green smudge along most of the top of the back. Does anyone know a value, if any?

Anonymous said...

ok, so i have a five dollar bill that has a whole bunch of numbers just imprinted across the back of the five dollar bill...the numbers are: *o110021433*wcan8696*0046014301*5 *0000180.00

Man said...

2006 one dollar bill serial number L38442815G that has a green ink run/smudge on the back probably most of the right half of the bill. The biggest part of the smudge goes from the letter E in the "one" all the way to the right edge. There is also a heavy green smudge along most of the top of the back.

Green is usually not the color but it is about $25.00 if graded in fine.

five dollar bill that has a whole bunch of numbers just imprinted across the back of the five dollar bill...the numbers are: *o110021433*wcan8696*0046014301*5 *0000180.00

I have no idea what the numbers mean but it doesn't sound like an error more like damage but without seeing it I can't be sure what it is.

Anonymous said...

"2006 one dollar bill serial number L38442815G that has a green ink run/smudge on the back probably most of the right half of the bill. The biggest part of the smudge goes from the letter E in the "one" all the way to the right edge. There is also a heavy green smudge along most of the top of the back.

Green is usually not the color but it is about $25.00 if graded in fine."

This particular one dollar bill is pretty crisp with only a slight crease in the center where it was in a wallet. Where would you go about selling an item like this?

Man said...

This particular one dollar bill is pretty crisp with only a slight crease in the center where it was in a wallet. Where would you go about selling an item like this?

It sounds like a very-fine grade it would not change the value much. Most places would not buy this if not professionally graded but it may cost more to grade then the bill is worth.

The easiest way if not graded is to get good pictures and post on eBay. Unless you have trusted dealer in your area that knows error notes. A local coin/currency club may be willing to help.

Anonymous said...

I have four sequential 1988 series A one dollar bills with green ink smears on the back covering most of the bill. Numbers C44182747B through 50B.
Please tell me what you think they may be worth. Thank you for your help.

Man said...

1988 series A one dollar bills with green ink smears on the back covering most of the bill. Numbers C44182747B through 50B.

About $25.00 each if graded.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1985 ten dollar bill that looks like a wet bill was placed on top of it, as the back of another bill is printed on the front. What is that called overprinting? And an estimated value. Thank you.

Man said...

1985 ten dollar bill that looks like a wet bill was placed on top of it, as the back of another bill is printed on the front.

This called an Offset Printing error most likely an Ink Transfer Error.

About $25.00 in fine.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2001 $1 bill missing the Treasury Seal otherwise in perfect condition. I also have a $1 1995 bill where the back of the bill is reversed on the front but everything is very clear also in crisp condition. Could you tell me me if they are worth anything more than $1 each?

Man said...

2001 $1 bill missing the Treasury Seal otherwise in perfect condition.
About $50.00

$1 1995 bill where the back of the bill is reversed on the front but everything is very clear also in crisp condition.
About $250.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 5 dollar bill 1988 A series and the colors WEIRD! any 411 will help. H 06109561 A i can email pics

Man said...

5 dollar bill 1988 A series and the colors WEIRD! any 411 will help. H 06109561 A

If you want to post pictures just go to a free photo site then drop a link here.
Or just describe it with specifics.

Anonymous said...

http://i713.photobucket.com/albums/ww138/thernandez30/IMG.jpg
http://i713.photobucket.com/albums/ww138/thernandez30/IMG_0001.jpg
i think i did it rite

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