1953 - 5 dollar bill red ink off-centered printing
Asked Nov 9, 2009, 12:07 PM
Hi I have searched and read previous posts regarding the $5 bill that is a 1953 B series with red ink. Mine also has United States Note written at the top and the Treasurer is Smith and Secretary is Dillon. N21 is in the bottom right-hand corner near the numeral 5 and there is an N under the numeral 5 in the upper left-hand corner. The serial number is C50308756A (in red and no stars or periods).
My question is if there is any significance to it being printed off-center. It rests near the top of the bill.
The bill itself is in pretty good shape. Definitely not crisp though. Thank you for your help.