@GoldFinger1969 PM sent.
A 2013 $20 Chicago star note. Looks to be in XF-AU condition with a tiny stain just above the series date. These typically sell on eBay just over...
I agree with the masses. Most notes 63-60 suffer from distractions, mostly in the form of skinny or uneven margins.
This note suffered so the...
Do you have any examples of 64’s you could show us ?
Don’t get too excited...it’s not that much.
The Y-A block is kinda cool. The last $1 SC printed was the 1957B Y12480000A, so yours is towards the very end. I don’t believe that or being...
I use the KISS method...Keep It Simple Stupid
Late to the party again...story of my life.
The $1 St.Louis replacement note found by @CaptainMK is the key note for the series, very nice find.
Low numbers can typically be found on the C-C block.
There are 9 blocks including the replacement note.
High grades are not rare...maybe scarce would be more appropriate.
Thanks, I’m familiar with Where’s George but was unaware collectors call them Wilds. Now I know.
Nice notes. I would not take on the additional costs to have them graded. Just too common. Plenty of consecutive SC’s live in my collection in...
What are “Wilds” ?
I’m not here to argue @mpcusa.
My latest receipt for having 3 notes graded.
Totaling $86.00. Postage to PMG was $9.40.
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$100 is an exaggerated guess.
Economy is $25 for notes under $1,000 in value. Add another $20 for shipping (both ways) and you’re still under $50.
Both photos are the same note.
The upper photo uses side lighting.
The lower photo uses typical top lighting.
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