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  2. National banknotes are listed on the Population Report, however, they are not broken down into specific banks so the most you could see would just be a more general count based on denomination and FR#. Thanks!
  3. It is now posted. Thank you so much for your help. Would you be able to direct me in the right direction to find population number for a specific Charter/Bank? ...or do those even exist?
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  5. The Population Report is usually updated every Tuesday. Thanks,
  6. Do you know which day it will be updated? cleared my memory and cache on my browser and still no 387a
  7. Unfortunately, we won't have that info until the Population Report is updated. Sorry about that!
  8. Too excited to wait that long. Can you at least tell me total number graded?
  9. I was an oversight that it was left off the Pop report. The Population Report is updated once a week so you should see that showing up by next week. Thank you.
  10. What was just an oversight? I checked again and do not see any population numbers for 387a
  11. Hi, I have heard back from our research department and they advised that was just an oversight. It should be all fixed now! If you have any questions, please let me know. Thanks!
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  13. Thanks! I am checking with our research department on this and will get back to you ASAP.
  14. Hello, thanks for your message. It is possible that we have not graded any of that particular number and that is why there are none showing. Do you have an example of one that is graded and can you provide the certification number from the back of the label? Thanks!
  15. Where can I find population numbers for FR387a Aquidneck National Bank Lazy Duece CH#1546? I can find listings for the FR387 and 387b but nothing for 387a?
  16. @aankuzuma Please find the link below for the membership benefits. To submit items directly to PMG for grading you must be a paid member or you can submit through an authorized PMG dealer in your area. PMG does not buy, sell, trade, or appraise value of notes. Once the notes are authenticated and graded you can value your notes based off the grade provided and sell how/where you wish. https://www.pmgnotes.com/join/
  17. @nicholaospapa For world notes the catalog numbers are found in the standard catalog of paper money. They have modern, vintage and specialized books. https://www.amazon.com/Standard-Catalog-Modern-Issues-1961-Present/dp/144024037X You can find these on the website below as well but it is not linked to the official book and we can not confirm if/when it is updated to match. http://banknote.ws/ For U.S. notes you will find them in the Paper Money of the United States book as they are referred to as the Friedberg (Author) numbers. https://www.amazon.com/Paper-United-States-Arthur-Friedberg/dp/0871845202 If the 10 notes are the exact same pick number (including variety) you can list them on the same line and write "Various" in the Serial Number field if they do not all fit.
  18. PMG does not sell sample notes to customers as they are promotional items but they are typically sold on ebay. https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=pmg+sample&_sacat=0
  19. That's the custom set I made to combine all the smaller competitive runs
  20. 87 Elliott Wave and Zigzag (5-3-5) A single zigzag in a bull market is a simple three-wave declining pattern labeled A-B-C. The subwave sequence is 5-3-5, and the top of wave B is noticeably lower than the start of wave A, as illustrated in Figures 1-22 and 1-23. free forex signals In a bear market, a zigzag correction takes place in the opposite direction, as shown in Figures 1-24 and 1-25. For this reason, a zigzag in a bear market is often referred to as an inverted zigzag. https://www.freeforex-signals.com/ Occasionally zigzags will occur twice, or at most, three times in succession, particularly when the first zigzag falls short of a normal target. In these cases, each zigzag is separated by an intervening "three," producing what is called a double zigzag (see Figure 1-26) or triple zigzag. These formations are analogous to the extension of an impulse wave but are less common. The correction in the Dow Jones Industrial Average from July to October 1975 (see Figure 1-27) can be labeled as a double zigzag, as can the correction in the Standard and Poor’s 500 stock index from January 1977 to March 1978 (see Figure 1-28). Within impulses, second waves frequently sport zigzags, while fourth waves rarely do. forex trading signals R.N. Elliott’s original labeling of double and triple zigzags and double and triple threes (see later section) was a quick shorthand. He denoted the intervening movements as wave X, so that double corrections were labeled A-B-C-X-A-B-C. Unfortunately, this notation improperly indicated the degree of the actionary subwaves of each simple pattern. They were labeled as being only one degree less than the entire correction when in fact, they are two degrees smaller. We have eliminated this problem by introducing a useful notational device: labeling the successive actionary components of double and triple corrections as waves W, Y and Z, so that the entire pattern is counted "W-X-Y (-X-Z)." The letter W now denotes the first corrective pattern in a double or triple correction, Y the second, and Z the third of a triple. Each subwave thereof (A, B or C, as well as D or E of a triangle — see later section) is now properly seen as two degrees smaller than the entire correction. Each wave X is a reactionary wave and thus always a corrective wave, typically another zigzag. https://www.freeforex-signals.com/ Figure 1-24 Figure 1-25 Flat (3-3-5) free forex signals A flat correction differs from a zigzag in that the subwave sequence is 3-3-5, as shown in Figures 1-29 and 1-30. Since the first actionary wave, wave A, lacks sufficient downward force to unfold into a full five waves as it does in a zigzag, the B wave reaction, not surprisingly, seems to inherit this lack of countertrend pressure and terminates near the start of wave A. Wave C, in turn, generally terminates just slightly beyond the end of wave A rather than significantly beyond as in zigzags. Figure 1-29 Figure 1-30 In a bear market, the pattern is the same but inverted, as shown in Figures 1-31 and 1-32. A flat correction usually retraces less of the preceding impulse wave than does a zigzag. It tends to occur when the larger trend is strong, so it virtually always precedes or follows an extension. The more powerful the underlying trend, the briefer the flat tends to be. Within an impulse, the fourth wave frequently sports a flat, while the second wave rarely does. forex trading signals What might be called a "double flat" does occur. However, Elliott categorized such a formation as a "double three," a term we discuss later in this chapter. forex signals The word "flat" is used as a catch-all name for any A-B-C correction that subdivides 3-3-5. In Elliott literature, however, three types of 3-3-5 corrections have been named by differences in their overall shape. In a regular flat correction, wave B terminates about at the level of the beginning of wave A, and wave C terminates a slight bit past the end of wave A, as we have shown in Figures 1-29 through 1-32. Far more common, however, is the variety we call an expanded flat, which contains a price extreme beyond that of the preceding impulse wave. Elliott called this variation an "irregular" flat, although the word is inappropriate as they are actually far more common than "regular" flats. free forex signals In expanded flats, wave B of the 3-3-5 pattern terminates beyond the starting level of wave A, and wave C ends more substantially beyond the ending level of wave A, as shown for bull markets in Figures 1-33 and 1-34 and bear markets in Figures 1-35 and 1-36. The formation in the DJIA from August to November 1973 was an expanded flat correction in a bear market, or an "inverted expanded flat" (see Figure 1-37). forex trading signals In a rare variation on the 3-3-5 pattern, which we call a running flat, wave B terminates well beyond the beginning of wave A as in an expanded flat, but wave C fails to travel its full distance, falling short of the level at which wave A ended, as in Figures 1-38 through 1-41. Apparently in this case, the forces in the direction of the larger trend are so powerful that the pattern is skewed in that direction. The result is akin to the truncation of an impulse. It is always important, but particularly when concluding that a running flat has taken place, that the internal subdivisions adhere to Elliott’s rules. If the supposed B wave, for instance, breaks down into five waves rather than three, it is more likely the first wave up of the impulse of next higher degree. The power of adjacent impulse waves is important in recognizing running corrections, which tend to occur only in strong and fast markets. forex signals free We must issue a warning, however. There are hardly any examples of this type of correction in the price record. Never label a correction prematurely this way, or you’ll find yourself wrong nine times out of ten. 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  21. Neat. Suggest posting a link to the set. From Control panel, find the set and click on signature (far right). Then copy the UBB code in the upper box and past into your journal post (you can edit your original post). That way we can get the same info as on your screen capture, but also open and see each note. So for my Large Size national type set of 1882, see: thanks
  22. Thanks for the website compliment. I might say it was/is a lotta work.
  23. Awesome note. It inspires me to collect some of those. As a gold bullion dealers, collections of good stuff like this is what I like
  24. Hi, yes, that is certainly a possibility. It does have to go through a final quality control check so it is definitely possible they noticed it then and reholdered it correctly but failed to get new images taken. Thanks,
  25. Thanks for reply. Is it possible that PMG encapsulated it, then took picture for database. Then realized the mistake saw it was upside-down. And reholdered it without updating the photo.. before sending it back to the submitter ?
  26. Hello, thanks for your message. We do not have record of the note coming back in for a reholder. The last image we have of the note does show it holdered with the note upside down. You might want to double check that with the seller on this one to make sure it has not been tampered with. Thank you,
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