Three 1985 consecutive FRN notes with the middle one missing the first print

Joe N. asks: What would the value of a set of three 20 dollar bills be if they were consecutive sereal numbers in mint uncirculated condition(1985)/ The middle bill has no printing on the back side. The other bills are complete as the printing goes.

Currency sheets are arranged so that when they are cut vertically the serial numbers in each stack are consecutive. Sheets are printed three times. First the back is printed, then the front and the serial numbers and treasury seal.

You have a note that came from a sheet missing the first printing. Having consecutive notes are a plus. Condition is everything in coins and currency so that any bends or folds made in the paper reduce its market value.

A group of three 1985 consecutive FRN notes, the middle one missing the first print and in CU (uncirculated condition) would bring approximately $300.