#132625: Fractional Currency Error., Gutter Fold on front at top left.
#129892: 1st Issue Postage Currency with full top to bottom Gutter fold. Extremely Rare.
#122808: Fractional Currency Error. PCGS notes the gutter fold as well. Very scarce.
#122588: Missing the entire 2nd print stage. Only the seals and numbers appear over blank space on the front.
#117310: Nice horizontal gutter fold on a beautiful green & black Virginia Treasury Note.
#117312: Triple Gutter fold with one of them being quite sizeable on a beautiful green & black Virginia Treasury Note.
#140763: F-91. Woodchopper. The word PUBLIC has been spelled PCBLIC on the back. PCGS has attested to both the error and the grade.
#116059: F-91. Error note. Has the word "Public" spelled "PCBLIC". PCGS has certified both the error and the grade. A very interesting note.
#140762: F-91. Woodchopper. Has the word Public spelled PCBLIC on the back. PCGS has attested to the error as well as the grade.
#132509: F-91. PMG has also noted that this note is the error variety with the word PUBLIC spelled PCBLIC.
#122597: Rare faulty alignment on an early red seal. The front side is perfectly normal while the back is way off. Errors of any kind on red seal notes are very rare.
#207863: Huge gutter fold error. Very Rare on an early Silver Certificate $5. Actually there are two gutter fold errors. The large one will of course catch your attention first. However, to the left of it is a smaller one that becomes quite easy to see once you get past the large one. A really great error note that should get snapped up quickly.
#129734: DOUBLE DENOMINATION., $5 Front with $10 Back. A beautiful example of this most impressive King of Error notes. Kansas City District.
#132865: Major shift downward of the entire 3rd print stage.
#126185: Star, Offset wet ink transfer causing about 20% of the front design to boldly appear on the back. Very scarce on a star note., Chicago District.
#121184: STAR note error. An offset wet ink transfer that has caused about 10% of the front design to boldly appear top to bottom on the back side. Star errors are extremely rare. After all it is the star that is supposed to replace the defective note! The appears much better and even has some original crispness.
#126192: Star, Offset wet ink transfer that has caused a top to bottom portion of the front design to appear on the back. Quite rare on a Silver Certificate Star note.
#119152: CGA. Gem-66. Mismatched Serial Numbers. U37/47.
#136056: Mismatched Serial Numbers., U37/47.
#114992: Mismatched Serial # U37/47. Wonderful quality.