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2003 $1 Federal Reserve Currency Note Error PCGS AU 50 PPQ (Printed Foldover)

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2003 $1 Federal Reserve Currency Note Error PCGS AU 50 PPQ (Printed Foldover)


This 2003 $1 Federal Reserve Currency Note Error PCGS AU 50 PPQ (Printed Foldover) is a stellar currency note to build your collection with. The United States paper currency notes can carry high value since they serve as primary sources of America’s economic history. The 2003 George Washington Federal Reserve note features a “printed fold” error and was graded by PCGS as AU 50 PPQ. Purchase this unique 2003 $1 Federal Reserve Currency Note Error PCGS AU 50 PPQ (Printed Foldover) as a gift for any currency note collector or American history fan today!

The $1 dollar bill is perhaps the most common dollar bill in the world. The portrait of George Washington is featured on the front. The portrait utilized has an official title: the Athenaeum Portrait. However, it was famously unfinished by the artist, Gilbert Stuart, in 1796 so he could hold onto it to replicate it for other works. This particular currency note, however, is collectible for its Printing Error. Specifically, this error is called a “printed foldover,” meaning that an uncut sheet folded over during the printing process. Errors are not very common, and you can make an entire collection of currency note errors!

The obverse of the currency note bears the same design found on the circulating US dollar bill from 2003. The error appears on the bottom left corner as it is folded up, disrupting the printing of the border and serial number. 

The reverse also has the same design found on the circulating $1 USD, plus the folded corner error. The Great Seal appears on the right side, whereas the left side displays the famous image of the unfinished pyramid with the Eye of Providence at the top. At the bottom of the pyramid is the Roman numerals MDCCLXXVI, the date America won independence from Great Britain. The face value is also prominently featured on the reverse. 

Product Features:

  • Graded by PMG as AU 50 PPQ
  • Features a Printing Error
  • Produced by the US Federal Reserve
  • Face value of $1 USD backed by the US Government
  • Obverse: Displays the modern design of the circulating $1 USD with the portrait of the first US President, George Washington, and the elaborate floral border. Foldover error captures the serial number on the folded underside edge of the note. Text: “FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE”, “THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”, “THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER FOR ALL DEBTS, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE”, “Washington D.C.”, the serial number, Federal Reserve and Treasury seal, note position letter and number, two signatures from official US treasurers, and the face value.  
  • Reverse: Contains the modern $1 USD reverse design with the US Seal, Eye of Providence pyramid, and border. Text: “THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”, “IN GOD WE TRUST”, “ONE”, “ONE  DOLLAR”, and “1” in each corner.

Purchase this wonderful 2003 $1 Federal Reserve Currency Note Error PCGS AU 50 PPQ (Printed Foldover) today as a gift or for your own collection now! Bullion Exchanges is happy to provide you with more Currency Notes such as the 1917 $1 United States Note PCGS XF 40 (Repaired Currency), 1923 $1 Silver Certificate Currency Note PMG UNC 62, and 1899 $5 Silver Certificate Currency Note PMG XF 45 EP. Shop with us and once your order is confirmed, we will carefully package and send your items to your address. Should you have any questions about our products and services, please contact our customer service team during our business hours.

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