Hey, I got about 200-250 old silver certificates from my mother/grandparents. Most of them are in really bad condition -- I would say PMG scores of 20-50, from what I see on comparable notes of various denominations. They are all pretty much common SCs. I'd say about 100 I have loose and not in any holders (mostly grades <50)....maybe 100 I put in those 4-to-a-page plastic sleeves (grades mostly of 50 to low-60's)....and maybe 50 I put in individual currency holders (grades mostly low-60's to 56 or so). Those are my guestimates for grades; for all I know even the best ones I' have might not even hit a grade of 65. There are so few paper dealers compared to coin dealers I'm wondering if it's worth it for me to try and sell the 2nd and 3rd Tier SC's (I'll definitely try and sell the individual currency holder SCs or just keep 'em). My LCS won't even buy any SCs and he always buys coins from me (no market for SC's, he says). I'm wondering if I should just take the 2nd and 3rd Tier SC's to the local bank and cash them in for a few hundred dollars or whatever their face value is. Even the 1st Tier SC's I have are so common that unless they are 65s or higher, I doubt I get more than double face value (and most are $1, a few are $5's). Thoughts ?