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BMG
I found these in a pack of some Japan Invasion Money that I bought I couple week ago. It wasn't until today I happened to flip through it and notice these. Anyone know how common (or uncommon) this might be? I know double printing on US issues can be very desirable and valuable. I'm just not sure about these as they might be more prone to errors.  Click image for larger version - Name: Scan_20200701 (2).jpg, Views: 40, Size: 1.81 MB
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tigertrader
I dont have the information you are looking for but that last note is a great example! I know they printed so many of these things, there is bound to be others out there...


I will be following this thread and hoping to learn the answer!
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lettow
QC on JIM was not very good.  Errors are fairly common and generally will not be too valuable.  
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postalnotes
If you look sideways and cross your eyes just enough, they all look fine ðŸ˜œ

Researching United States Postal Notes 1883-1894.

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mfontes
The bottom note makes me dizzy. I think these are cool. Have you searched for any other error notes on this issue?
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BMG
Thanks for all the comments. I have tried searching around for auctions or similar notes, but haven't come across anything similar. I may be sending to PMG just to get them verified in a holder. 
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