From a small group astutely saved by a specialist who noticed the importance of the issue when released in late-1963.
The front bears green seal and serial numbers which were introduced for the first time in 1963 on the one dollar denomination, while the back was printed from a back plate number less than 447 strictly intended for use on the blue seal series 1957-B silver certificates. PCGS correctly identifies these as "mules", reflecting the face of one series type with the back of another. At first blush and to the untrained eye, these monumental discoveries appear to be common notes--until one pauses to grasp the importance.
2015 marks our 34th year in the paper money industry and we have never before offered these; it might be never again. Considering the ultra-scarcity, the price seems insignificant.
Note grade PCGS-64 Very Choice New
Please study the image carefully as this is the EXACT note you will receive.
Although we believe our starting price is very fair
and aligns with the demands of the current market, please do not hesitate to
make a sensible counteroffer if you believe a discount
will land this item into your collection.