United States Error Notes
are among the
HOTTEST SEGMENTS of the CURRENCY MARKET
recent auctions have proven!
END OF ROLL ERROR
“The end of roll error originates from the markings or
splices creatd by Crane and Co. This firm supplies the Bureau of Engraving and
Printing (BEP) with currency stock. Markings take various forms. Until
recently, an impregnated red or purple diagonal line indicated the end of the roll.
Since the series of 1990, a matte green indicator strip forewarns the press
operator. When the matte green marked paper is accidentally utilized for
currency production, the marking appears vertically at one end usually
correlating with a faulty alignment on the opposite side.”
from pg. 267 of United States Paper Money Errors 4th Edition by Dr. Frederick J. Bart
this is an
Mistake as explained on
page 267 of United States Paper Money
Errors by Dr. Frederick J.
Bart, 4th Edition, Coin & Currency Institute; this book is
available on eBay:
An identical photo can be see on page 275 of the 4th Edition of U.S. Paper Money Errors by Dr. Frederick J. Bart to see values.
The back is dramatically faulty aligned as it has an enormous left margin while the front has a vertical matte green line--as explained in the excerpt above.
PCGS Fine 12
the note illustrated is
the exact one you will receive
please study the
hi-resolution image yourself
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EVALUATE the CENTERING, EMBOSSING, INKS, ALIGNMENT,
to formulate an
independent opinion as to the quality and suitability of the piece.
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