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28 Sep 2022

Uneven Margins on a Bill

Paper Money - United States | user_24133

A family member had asked me if a bill with uneven margins has any numismatic interest/value (see attached). Any thought/opinions?

Thx,Roy D

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Kepi

Level 6

Doesn't look that unusual to me. I have seen many notes that look similar. But, I guess you never know... ; )

AC coin$

Level 6

By the way, welcome to ANA World. We arechere to help and learn. Best of luck.

Haney

Level 4

The third printing seems a little high though it could just appear that way due to the face printing being off, something I would hang on to just due to it being different. As for value it needs to be a little more drastic to command any real premium. Drastic being part of the face printing from one note missing while another seen with the third printing riding across them both, and just like yours the back of the note being square. This latter being key as some tricksters have been known to cut a full sheet to make partial notes, but both the face and back will be off center and the third printing will appear in the correct position had the note not been cut incorrectly.

AC coin$

Level 6

Really great bill and error . Never give up

Longstrider

Level 6

Not that one. I'm not a big currency guy so what do I know.

It's Mokie

Level 6

I am with Mike, I have seen many bills with uneven margins, it is an error but a very minor one that has no collector value. Having said that, if the misalignment is severe enough to show a portion of another bill, then you have something.

Mike

Level 7

I really don't think so. I have seen many of them. There off centered.

TCHTrove

Level 4

Well, an error of sorts. Now that I look closer, more just an off center print, like an off center coin, likely from the corner of the sheet. If you notice on the back the cut is more exact.

TCHTrove

Level 4

Not 100%, but believe that’s an error. It wasn’t cut correctly.

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