1999 $1 Federal Reserve Note Ladder



Above is an example of the larger portrait 10 dollar note issued in 1999, and is a “Big Head” design. The new design was done to combat counterfeiting and incorporated a watermark, new security thread and microprint, and color changing ink. This particular note is also called a ‘Star Note’ due to the star at the ends of the serial numbers. The star is a designation that the individual note was issued as a replacement for a note that was not issued due to printing errors or other notes that were destroyed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing because they were damaged, too worn, etc.


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