Just in from Moscow, Russia ~ Mismatched serial numbers error.
Kyrgyzstan P-29a 1000 Son (2010)
Mismatched Serial numbers Error
S/N BE1499710 (left) BE1599710 (right)
Since I don't know how serial numbers are assigned to individual notes on sheets of Foreign Currency, I don't know which of the two serial numbers is the correct one and what number is the error, this is why people lucky enough to locate mismatched serial numbers from newly released back packs, include the bookend notes with the error note being the center note.
One of the security features on this note is the front to Back Registration on the word "C O M" on the lower right side of the Watermark, one half is split on the front with the other half on the back.
When held up to a light source C O M is connected, Pakistan currency also uses this feature on their notes.
I have a few more International Currency Errors in transit, two expected to be delivered by mid January 2020 & look forward to posting them here.
I included a bonus currency error in the pics below, this one from the USA.
Here is a series 1995 $1 Overprint on back error note that was printed for the H-E Block ~ Run 9 ~ Sheet #142966 I just received from PMG, it's not a bad grade but I thought it could have gone up a point and expected a 67 instead of a 66.
This Overprint was printed on the well known back plate #295 engraving error (The Plate should have been used at the Washington DC Plant, not Fort Worth, Texas.
When I first posted this on Facebook, Fredrick Bart had commented that was the first one he has seen, I had taken the liberty of making a 9x12" laminated Census Chart showing the other 15 Serial Numbers from this sheet currently awaiting confirmation.
I also discovered some years back that the H-E Block runs printed at Fort Worth is also a COPE "Swapped Sheets" Variety where the serial numbers are off by 2 quadrants or 3,200,000 when you convert the serial number to its assigned COPE sheet plate position.
I believe the other 15 notes are also printed with the b/p295 engraving error.
While this was at PMG I decided to purchase a PCGS
66PPQ back plate #295 note with a Courtesy Autograph.