Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Jersey magic man, May 18, 2022.
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I’ve always been told a portion of an adjacent note should be visible in one of the margins to be considered an alignment error. This one doesn’t fit that theory. Still a cool replacement note.
I guess it qualifies as an alignment error because the overprint is sitting on top of the second printing (the “7” on the top right). Who am I to argue with PMG. Whatever you want to call this error, it is a very minor error.
Yes and that 7 is way over onto the design.
I remember seeing these bills in circulation in the 1970's.
I'm not going to argue with Steve's expertise, but I just thought that a misalignment
was worth more, if the next note was slightly visible. It still looks misaligned to me
though most 58,s have allot better centering, some rival 65.s as I would
much rather have the 58 as most are
better then the 65,s but not really in
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