(1.) Blue tinted paper.
(2.) All 4 denomination numerals stand upright.
(3.) Point of the top arch touches the bottom point of the numeral t above.
(4.) Middle arch of the crown rests on a cross pattee.
(5.) This cross pattee has no bottom arm.
(6.) Fleur-de-lis on each side of the cross pattee.
(7.) Exp: APS cert. Notes: do. Ref: Earee.
(1.) Center arch rests on a cross pattee.
(2.) This cross pattee has no bottom arm.
(3.) There is a fluer-de-lis on each side of the cross pattee.
(4.) The crown reaches almost to the octagonal border at all four corners.
(5.) Exp: APS cert. Notes:do. Ref: Earee.
(1.) This one is on white paper, but it also exist on blue paper.
(2.) The best test for this forgery is the numerals. Only the top one is upright as the genuine, the left is on its face, the right on its back, and the bottom one is upside down.
(3.) The crown is too small and different in many details.
(4.) Exp: do. Ref:Earee.
(1.) Middle arch rests on a curly ornament, not a cross pattee.
(2.) Each side of the ornament has a sort of white crescent, not a fleur-de-lis.
(3.) The bottom of the octagon surrounding the crown runs at a slant, the left corner being about .2 mm lower than the right corner.
(4.) Exp: do. Ref: Earee.
(1.) Details at the crown.
(2.) The crown on this forgery is also too small. The upper corners do not reach the octagon outline.