Web notes are United States currency that got their name from the "web printing production" method of printing on continuous rolls of paper.
Between 1992 and 1996, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing experimented to see if a web press that used continuous rolls of paper was quicker and cheaper than intaglio printing, which used flat sheets. This experiment affected $1 bills from Series 1988A, Series 1993 and Series 1995. The experimental trial was discontinued in December 1995 as the bureau could no longer afford the resolution of problems linked to the printing operation.
These notes are identifiable by the placement of their back plate number, which unlike intaglio printed bills is located to the right of the motto "IN GOD WE TRUST". For the $1995 series the face plate numbers used were 1-7 and the back plate numbers were 8-12.
This pack contains 100 consecutive notes still in their BEP issued band and are from the Cleveland district.
These notes are considered legal tender and are not considered error notes, they do however hold a higher premium due to their rarity.
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