Printed Fold Error. St. Louis District. A fold has resulted in both miscut paper and partial printing of the third print on the back.
Missing Back Printing Error. St. Louis District. The entire first printing is missing.
Missing Back Printing Error. Richmond District. The entire first printing is missing.
Scarce New York District with mismatched prefix letters, serial numbers H45429785A and B45429785A appearing on the same note.
Printed Fold Error. An unusual fold that exhibits the upper right "1" printed upon a fold over. A slight overlap of the first printing shows within the "1". Quite interesting.
Missing Back Printing Error. Chicago District. The entire first printing is missing.
Butterfly fold error. A virtually new butterfly that folded over after the first print and includes the lower right '6' and the 'H328' from the second print.
Overprint on Back Error. San Francisco District. The third printing has been printed on the back. Very eye appealing.
Missing Face Printing. The entire second printing is missing. Great effect!
Philadelphia District. Offset Printing Error. A full face on back appearance. Great eye appeal!
San Francisco District. Overprint on Back Error. The entire 3rd print makes a bold appearance on the back Great eye appeal!
Overprint on back error. Atlanta District. The third printing has been printed on the back. The paper is still crispy and the look is very eye appealing.
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.
Printed Fold Error. A fold that captures the '100' from the back on the lower right and aligns it with most of the '100' from the front of the lower left. A nearly new high denomination that provides great eye appeal!
Pre-Overprint Printed Foldover. The district seal, two of the district numbers, and the lower serial number have been printed on the back.
Printed Fold Error. A fold in the note reaches over and captures most of the Treasury seal, the end of the lower serial number and the tip of the top serial number. Quite a stand-out!