You can own one of the finest-quality $1 Federal Reserve Notes produced in very limited quantities on an experimental web press from 1992-1996. The new press was intended to speed up currency production by printing both sides in one pass on a continuous roll of paper, rather than printing each side independently on the standard presses. Less than 1% of all 1992-1996 $1 bills were produced on the experimental press, which was deemed a failure due to inconsistent printing quality as well as mechanical problems.
Notes printed on the web press have no letter preceding the plate number on the face, and the plate number on the back is found above the E in ONE instead of below the E as on regular notes. Our limited supply of notes from the Series 1993 CA block with Withrow-Bentsen signatures have been graded by our experts and certified by PMG as Choice Uncirculated 64 condition or Gem Uncirculated 66 grade with Exceptional Paper Quality (EPQ). Add a sought-after, high-quality test note to your collection today!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Note Features: Green Seal
- Note Size: Small
- Year: 1903
- Denomination: $1