Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by physics-fan3.14, Jan 17, 2021.
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@SteveInTampa should be able to help you.
Edit: The signature combinations on both notes will help you deduce the Friedberg number.
If I had to estimate a grade for this note, I’d estimate it would warrant a grade or F-15 or possibly VF-20. The nature of the folds precludes your note from attaining a higher grade.
Estimated Value: $30 to $45.
Fr. 39 1917 $1 Legal Tender Note Speelman/White
I'd estimate this note’s grade as a VG-8 or VG-10. It has seen prolonged circulation, as evidenced by the paper quality.
Estimated Value: $50.00
would be in the hole from the start, fees, shipping would be more then the value
And I'm not opposed to keeping them raw. Merely asking questions.
What grade/value would you give these?
Look at my previous post.
Appreciate the help!
I understand that folds are bad - but can you explain a bit more about number of folds, severity of folds, and how the folds affect the grade? I was reading the PMG currency grading guide, but any elaboration would be great. For example, how many folds or how severe would be allowed for EF vs VF?
EF = Several light folds or one strong crease.
VF = Several horizontal or vertical folds.
If you get a chance, could you give a shot at the fractional currency threads I also posted?
So, it seems @Bradley Trotter was just about spot on!
Glad to hear it, @physics-fan3.14. Did you have any success with the fractional currency you posted as well?
Yes, thanks. The group of 6 sold for $78.
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