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    Apr 2017
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    5 dollar bill question ?

    Just wondering how consistent the placement of certain stars/feathers/letters are when it comes to printing bills ? any way case in point i noticed on the 5 dollar bill the star over Lincoln's right shoulder is "touching" his coat, but on a other bill the star is not touching his coat. Is that just the norm for paper currency or is it a error ? thanks for any info.

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    Feb 2006
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    Due to the multistage process used to print notes, some small variations are expected from different print runs. Small design changes, when made, are implemented at the beginning of a new series of notes. The likelihood of it being an error is low, but without clear, focused images to compare to standards, it is impossible to render an opinion.

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