Inverted Overprint $5 Silver Certificate
Fr. 1653 $5 1934C Silver Certificate. PCGS About New 53.
Inverted third printings are quite rare in terms of the overall number of notes printed. The error is much a scarcer prior to increased mechanization where stacks of sheets could be fed into the presses. This piece is one of just three such examples on $5 Silver Certificates that we have ever offered. Two of them were 1953 $5s, the other was just a few numbers removed from this example, but graded out as an Extremely Fine. This piece is a lovely example with a bold blue overprint, and bright white paper.
From the Kerry Rudin Collection
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