Natick Test Paper Overprint on Back Error Fr. 1910-E $1 19...
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DescriptionNatick Test Paper Overprint on Back Error Fr. 1910-E $1 1977A Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Gem New 66PPQ.
The third printing is found on the back instead of the face on this highly desirable Richmond error that was printed on experimental paper developed by Natick Labs in Natick, Massachusetts. These Natick test paper notes can be identified by their serial number range of E76000001H through E80640000H. However, research by small size specialist Robert Azpiazu and others indicate that large gaps exist in the serial numbering sequence. This would suggest that the actual number of notes printed is much less than the documented serial number range. This great piece is not only a rare Experimental, but also an error note on top of that. This Natick paper error is consecutive to another example in this auction session.
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