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Due to an amazing lack of publicity, paper money errors are pursued by perhaps only a few hundred collectors. Staying off of the radar of the millions of mainstream numismatists perpetuates preposterously low prices for these spectacular, highly elusive Mint blunders.  We opine that currency errors are the best bargains within the entire industry.  

$20  1969  PCGS-45  Shifted Overprint.  Desirable first-generation PCGS holder..........399

$20/$10  1974  Choice Unc.  Double denomination.  $20 obverse, $10 reverse.  Photos can be emailed.........39,990

$20  1977  PCGS-58PPQ  Full face-to-back Offset.  Tied for darkest known.  Extremely undervalued.  Telemarketers: $15,000.00! ..........349

$20  1977  PCGS-66PPQ  Serial numbers and seals printed on back, missing from front.  Telemarketers: $10,000.00!..........529

$20  1974  PCGS-65PPQ  Full face-to-back Offset.  Dark early generation.  Yes, the obverse design is printed over the back in reverse!  An undervalued variety.  Telemarketers: $7,500.00 in lower grades!  (Photo below)..........499

$20  1981*  PMG-65EPQ  STAR  Full Offset.  An extremely rare error on STAR notes, which REPLACE errors!  About as dark as Star Offsets get!  $15.000.00 elsewhere in lower grades!  (Photo below)..........995

$20  1985 PCGS-65EPQ  "Inverted Jenny"!  Upside-down serial numbers and seals.  Plus, both sides are misaligned, adding to the allure of this astonishingly undervalued error.  Similar $500,000 elsewhere (ad included)  Photo below..........799

Error Notes:Inverted Third Printings, Fr. 2081-B $20 1995 Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Gem New 65PPQ.. ...Error Notes:Inverted Third Printings, Fr. 2081-B $20 1995 Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Gem New 65PPQ.. ...

$20  1990  PMG-58EPQ  Solvent smear.  By far the most eye-appealing piece which we have ever seen of this variety on a $20 bill.  Such blunders are almost always intercepted by human and computerized detectors.  Major dealer: $4,500 for a lesser example!  (Photo below)..........399

Error Notes:Ink Smears, Fr. 2077-B $20 1990 Federal Reserve Note. PMG Choice About Unc 58 EPQ.. ...Error Notes:Ink Smears, Fr. 2077-B $20 1990 Federal Reserve Note. PMG Choice About Unc 58 EPQ.. ...

$20  1990  PCGS-67PPQ  Missing serial numbers and seals.  Famous "play money" variety.  Preposterously undervalued, considering the rarity and eye appeal.  Telemarketers: $15,000.00!..........599

$20  1985  PCGS-25PPQ  Overprint dramatically shifted southwest, which seldom occurs........1,395

$20  2004  PCGS-40  Full back-to-face Offset.  Yes, a 100% full Offset on a TECHNICOLOR note! One known!  With the modern error-detection technology, such blunders are not supposed to escape the BEP!  The rarity and importance of this piece cannot be overstated!..........499

The reverse design is superimposed over the obverse design, backwards!  While the overprinting is only moderately dark, it is strongly visible under the right lighting conditions.  The only such blunder which we have seen on a Technicolor in ANY denomination!    

$20  2004  EF-45  Missing treasury seal, obstruction error.  Yes, an extremely rare error on a Technicolor $20, which is not supposed to exist due to the incredible quality checks in place at the BEP.  We have seen lesser notes offered for four figures.  Guaranteed to certify as EF-45, in accordance with the terms listed on our home page.........199