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$20 2004 FRN=MISSING SECURITY PRINT ON BACK=NO MICRO 20s= RARE=3 KNOWN=PCGS 35PQ
 
$20 2004 FRN=MISSING SECURITY PRINT ON BACK=NO MICRO 20s= RARE=3 KNOWN=PCGS 35PQ
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Description:

$20 2004 FRN

MISSING Security Overprint on Back

There are NO Micro Print "20s" on the left and right sides of the back 

United  States  Error Notes

 

are among the

 

HOTTEST SEGMENTS of the CURRENCY MARKET

as recent auctions have proven!

 

this is an

INCREDIBLE EXAMPLE

at an

AFFORDABLE PRICE

 

MISSING PRINTING ERROR

“To properly qualify as a missing printing error the note must have completely failed to receive any portion of the intended design at the skipped printing stage.  Notes which demonstrate even the tiniest portion of the design originate from an alternate etiology and are not classified as missing printings.  There are three distinct causes for a missing printing error.  Most commonly, two uncut sheets of currency stock enter the printing press simultaneously with one atop the other.  The uppermost sheet accepts the imprint normally while the lower sheet-because it is protected by the top layer-passes through blank.  Less frequently, an entire stack of sheets is advanced to subsequent printing and/or cutting operations after skipping a printing stage. Alternate causes of the error are the press operator shutting down the presses in the middle of a run or the printing plates contracting the currency paper and retracting prematurely.”

*excerpt taken from United States Paper Money Errors by Dr. Frederick J. Bart

  

Mistake as explained in United States Paper Money Errors by Dr. Frederick J. Bart, 4th Edition, Coin & Currency Institute; this book is available on eBay:

 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/FOURTH-EDITION-U-S-PAPER-MONEY-ERRORS-current-edition-NEW-FRED-BART-/111777902378?ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT  

 

 Additional Comments: 

According to the Bart Census this is only the third example known. Each of the others have only occurred on the 2004 series. This is incredibly rare!! 

 

note grades:

 

PCGS Very Fine 35PPQ

please study the hi-resolution image yourself

REFER to the SCAN to EVALUATE the CENTERING, EMBOSSING, INKS, ALIGNMENT,

to formulate an independent opinion as to the quality and suitability of the piece. 

 

 

 

the note illustrated is the exact one you will receive

 

 

 

 
         
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