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    Natick Test Paper Error Note

    Fr. 1910-E $1 1977A Federal Reserve Note. PMG Very Fine 30.
    The third printing is on the back rather than its proper position on the face of this PMG graded error. What makes this error note truly special is the fact that it was printed on a special experimental paper designed to test durability. These Natick test paper notes (Natick Labs, Natick, Massachusetts) can be identified by their serial number range of E76000001H through E80640000H, although research by small size specialist Robert Azpiazu and others indicates that large gaps exist in the numbering sequence, suggesting that the actual number of notes printed is far less than the serial number range would suggest. This error is one of an infinitesimally small number known to exist on Natick test paper. It is a great note for either the error or small size specialist.

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    September, 2009
    9th-13th Wednesday-Sunday
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