Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by User12345666, May 20, 2019.
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Completely missing in the one area, just my two cents..LOL
Here's what I see:
1-The right half of the Treasury seal is faded but not the left half.
2-The faded green ink does not matchup to the faded and missing black ink.
3-The 10 behind WASHINGTON, D.C. Is also faded.
4-The date looks a tiny bit fuzzy.
5-The 10 under the J in the left serial number and the 10 to the right of the signature both shows bleeding from the reverse or a transfer of ink from another bill.
6-The lower 20 in the right hand corner has bleeding from inside the 0 as compared to the other three corners.
7-Both sides of the bill show a transfer of ink or bleeding.
It looks in fairly decent shape as it only shows a little wear and slight discoloration in a few spots. Please do not spend this bill and it is not damaged by the environment.
Wait for others to chime in. Take yo your LCS or a nearby coin show and ask dealers for their opinion. A bill or coin in hand is so much better than photos, even the best of photos.
Remember the outfit in California that bleached $5.00 bills and color copied $100.00 on them. They passed every test due to federal paper. I suspect bleach was used to try and create an error. Without the bill in hand one can not be sure.
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