Insufficient inking. The second printing is inked only above the upper serial number. Only the third print appears in the lower portion.
Double Gutter Fold. Unusual twin gutter folds in the upper left hand corner. Wide margin.
Printed Foldover with Bookends. A diagonal fold in the paper resulted in the seal, part of the serial number, and the district number to be printed on the back of the note. Extra margin survived the cutting process. An example of the note before. Gem New 66PPQ, and the note after, Gem New 65PPQ, are included.
Mismatched Prefix letters with serial numbers H45429791A and B45429791A appearing on the same note.
Mismatched serial prefix letters with H-A and B-A blocks appearing on the same note.
Scarce New York District with mismatched prefix letters, serial numbers H45429785A and B45429785A appearing on the same note.
Insufficient Inking Error. Boston District. The entire back printing is missing.
Multiple Impression Error. Outstanding 'blurred' effect on the reverse immediately stands out. The ink is strong and the paper is very bright.
Insufficient Inking Error. The entire third printing is missing. Very eye appealing.
A magnificent double printing of the 2nd print stage. Very scarce.
Insufficient Inking Error. The entire third printing is missing.
Insufficient Inking Error. The first printing is almost entirely missing. Only a thin strip of print can be seen on the right. A 'superb' example with great eye appeal!
Missing Print Error. Two consecutive $1 notes missing the entire first print. A light centerfold on both notes, that is hard to see, is all that prevents much higher grades. Very desirable.
Missing Print Error. The entire first print is missing.
Missing Back Printing. Cleveland District. The entire first printing is missing from this lovely note that exhibits strong color and great eye appeal.
Insufficient Inking Error. Cleveland District. The entire first printing is missing. A light centerfold away from a 'New' designation. A very desirable high denomination error.