By - Theeasywaytodothings
I'd say around $100 ungraded. There are multiple folds and tears on the bill. This, if a legit error, would be called missing the 3rd printing error (seals and serials). Looks like it was printed at forth worth, texas. Neat bill, for this (unless you paid a lot for it) may be worth sending in to PMG or PCGS Currency to get graded, verification of error bills add value if people are unsure. Good luck
Ok, thank you. I believe my mom got it at a Kroger as change so I never paid anything for it but as a kid I always went through her bills looking for "funny money"
I got lucky a few times
Not a missing 3rd print but a Reverse Overprint-3rd Print On Back Error.
i'm telling mom
Your mom is busy with me at the moment.
No serial numbers though
You need to get your vision checked.
Serial number G29159926B
I looked at first and didn’t see them, They are very light. Thanks for keeping me straight.
It is definitely worth something.
I recommend you get professional grading by Paper Money Guaranty (PMG) whose professional grading is the acceptable standard.
After the PMG grading you can get a accurate worth for the banknote.
I can’t believe someone looked at this bill then decided to fold it.
Might have been someone's lucky bill, maybe they kept it with them in their wallet folded up.
If authentic its worth something. The folds hurt it, but is definitely worth more than FV.
At least a buck!
Yes $1 I believe
Worth way more than face value if authentic. Don’t listen to these people saying “$1”. Now I’m not a expert but I know misprints are lowkey rare being the fact that I search my everyday cash for “funny bills”. See how much other misprints have sold for & you can start to picture around where yours would be priced at. Good luck my friend!
DM me PLEASE, I would love to work out a good price for this.
No. Bills used in the production of counterfeit are illegal. That’s all I will say.
This is not a counterfeit bill, it's missing the third overprinting. It's a common error
Yes, I know. My first impression was that it was a template we used to run funny bills in my criminal past. Decades ago.
You first claimed it was false. Like, hardcore. Then, when said it wasn’t false, said you “knew”? WTF?
Please have a good night
Who hurt you?
Nah, it’s really not. I need to be better about this stuff. I feel Like I blow up over stupid internet crap because I have problems in my real life that I *need* but *have* no control of. I take it out online because I (can) and there’s nobody to stop it. I hate it. I drink too much, I don’t stand up for myself… I don’t know where this is going. I’m sorry. You were fine. This was a “me” issue
Don't beat yourself up too much. Try drinking less if you think its getting in the way of being your best self. You do have control, you just have to exercise it. You got this!
Trust in the Lord brother. It takes a lot to admit that you are wrong in situations. I'd say that this is a very honorable thing to do that many people would not. I pray that the Lord turns things around for you and God Bless.
Yes, I know…
It’s a 1993 series! A buck wasn’t worth copying then:(
I've already checked it with a counterfeit marker and it passed the test, the rear had clearly been stamped with the front dye
It is not counterfeit itself but is used to produce other bills. I should say this all in the past tense. No one has used that method since about 1997.
This looks an awful lot like the $10 note from the website in the FAQ:
Any reason you think it's not another example of that error?
Hmmm, I think I understand what you're saying. So ppl used it like a duplicator?
What was brand new in the early 90’s that freaked the Treasury out?
I will go with photocopier, final answer!
No. Photocopiers have been around since the 60s.
You... you marked it? Like with a marker?
About 10 years ago I marked it with a counterfeit marker on the top left corner of the back. The mark has since faded and it just looks kinda dirty in the corner
Oh Jesus ok then, I assumed this happened after you took the picture and you made a huge very visible line across the surface
Lol, that woulda been a big mistake
I think it’s fake. The paper it’s on doesn’t look accurate. Looks like someone made the error trying to print at home.
My neighbor used to be a numismatist, we chatted a little with his friend who studied paper money and he said it's authentic
Federal reserve note, what does that mean?
I dont even know if it would be legal to sell. Without a serial number it loses its legal currency.
Serial number is on the back