NEW 2013 JACK LEW $1 DOLLAR NOTE
I have check the US Bureau Of Engraving and Printing (BEP) web-site and the new one dollar notes are in the printing stage, and will be printed on 32 subject note sheet and the 50 subject note sheet. BEP show the layout of the note position identifier on the upper lift hand side of the note next to the district number. As noted by BEP - Fifty-subject and 32-subject notes are distinguishable by one minor technical change. On a 50-subject produced note, the letter and number of the alpha numeric note-position identifier, is the same font size and smaller than the alpha letter of the 32-subject note. In comparison, on the 32-subject note, the number is a smaller font size compared to the letter.
Updated 10/14/14, the following series notes have been printed A1, C3, D4, E5, F6, G7, J10, K11 and the K11 star notes, all are from Fort Worth and printed on the 50-subect-sheet formate sheet at this time. At this time PMG is listing them as FR 3001 for 2013 FW one dollar notes. I have the 2013 FR #3001-K11 notes, 3 notes for $10.00, I also have two of the K star Fort Worth at ten dollars each. All five series are in for grading, they will grade at 65E or better. The 2013 FR # 3001-K, two came back as as 65EPQ and one as a 66EPQ. They are working to correct this series and them to the One Dollar District Set with Stars and Varieties Set.
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