A breakdown of this series by date of production is not presently available. According to BEP records, notes of this series without the motto "In God We Trust" were delivered to the Treasury between June 1961 and March 1962, and notes of this series with the motto, between April and November 1962.
The table below shows the serial number ranges produced for the regular and star notes in this series. Serial numbering continues on from the last serial used for Series 1935F. All complete blocks run from 00000001 to 99999999, with the 100,000,000th note replaced by a star note. Notice that gaps of 280,000 serials occur frequently in the star notes; these are due to the print runs of mixed regular and star notes that are necessary to complete each block of regular notes (since 100,000,000 notes equals 277 7/9 print runs of 360,000 notes each).
|Regular Notes||Star Notes|
|B 540 00001 J - B 716 40000 J||* 104 40001 G - * 129 60000 G|
|B 720 00001 J - B 999 99999 J|
|C 000 00001 J - C 999 99999 J||* 132 40001 G - * 176 40000 G|
|D 000 00001 J - D 489 60001 J||* 179 20001 G - * 190 80000 G|
|"In God We Trust" added to back design|
|D 489 60001 J - D 802 80000 J||* 190 80001 G - * 201 60000 G|
Notes with serials B 716 40001 J through B 720 00000 J were printed, but as Series 1935F instead of 1935G. This print run was involved in a test of new automated inspection equipment at the BEP, but it is unclear exactly why this test affected the series designation of the notes.
The notes with serials * 192 20001 G through * 192 40000 G, * 195 80001 G through * 196 00000 G, and * 199 40001 G through * 199 60000 G are all inverted star errors: The star in the left-hand serial number is oriented point-downwards. The BEP accidentally numbered all three print runs of the "with motto" star notes in this series with one star installed incorrectly in a numbering wheel.
|Totals incl. stars:||4||6||9||655|