Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by burningrock, Nov 18, 2019.
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I can't vouch for the quality of the paper. Just how it LOOKS.
Burn, where and when did you get the bill ?
Even if it falls to PMG 58, it should be worth $3K I think. In PMG 65, it's worth $6K.
Not to burst your bubble, but in my 20 plus years of grading, i have seen allot
Of notes come and go, as well as grades, though grading a note from a pic
can be tricky, i can give you my opinion based on what i see, one of the first
Things you look at is the margins, all looks good until you get to the top front
it appears to me that it has been trimmed, as it is very uneven left to right
even if you were able to maintain a gem grade which would be debatable
you would most likely receive comments on the back and no higher then
a 63 grade which is death for a gem note, especially with added comments
from the TPG.
my advice is just to hang on to it or sell it based on a gem note.
Maybe the op could post pics outside the sleeve, to better identify the mark
If it isnt natural, would only add more comments on the back if submitted
it wouldnt bring the grade down any lower.
That line appears to be an alignment mark.
That's exactly what it is.
I would be in the 50's.
Should be possible to compare the sizes and color and other features on the 2 bills for you PC and Photoshop and Adobe experts and let us know.
Me ? I can only click on pictures and then hit the "X" to make them go away.
All things being equal, even if a gem grade would not go 64, the top boarder
is just to far off, here,s an example from my collection and you can do your
Depending on what the OP paid for it, grading actually could hurt the value
And cost him money if he,s expecting a higher grade such as a 64
HawaiiCurrencyCollector just posted pics of his PMG 65 $1,000.
I think the nagging question is, what did you pay for it ?
If you dont mind sharing ? if you do no worries
Grading should only be considered to increase the value
and certain numbers are not very desirable
Bill in PMG 64, you have no issues on the back as per this note, so just want
You to compare your front to this one.
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