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jdizzle
I would like to get some thoughts on this note to get a better idea if it's a legitimate Insufficient Ink error or just a note that has had some ink removed post-printing.  On the upper right serial number, there are indentations of the first two characters "D9" with a very small trace of ink.  The "D" is lightly embossed on the back.  I don't see any obvious signs of erasure or ink removal on either of the two serial numbers and the paper looks consistent around the area of the serial number...no signs of scuff marks or chemicals. The rest of the characters in both serial numbers are a bit light on ink and the seal appears to be a little bit less red than comparable 1928G deuces.  Any thoughts would be appreciated!  Thanks in advance!
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MEC2
Looks erased...paper tone doesn't look right near the missing digits at top right...
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Steve in Tampa
I got a pretty steady hand if you’re looking for someone to fix it for you...just sayin 
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jhodgson
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mfontes
I’m a total error rookie but It just doesn’t look right to me.  Juice ain’t worth the squeeze on that one. 
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SSC
It is 100% post Bep as a Jim said.  
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jdizzle
Thanks everyone...much appreciated. I bought it on a whim with low-res photos hoping for a legit error...but clearly not meant to be. I’ll take this as a learning experience...that only cost me $25. 
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