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    A Keene National

    And from StacksBowers Baltimore auction, I picked up another note. This one is a Keene, NH The Cheshire NB Ch. # (N)559 $5 Date Back Fr. 590 in PMG30.
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  4. Hello. Thanks for your message. No, unfortunately, PMG does not offer any sort of note restoration or conservation services at this time. Thanks!
  5. Customers can request certain things, such as the name of a personal collection, to be added to the label for an additional fee. In this case, it looks like the original submitter had that added to all of their notes for this order. It looks like this was graded back in 2009. Thanks!
  6. Hi, does PMG offer a Restoration service for notes? Thanks David
  7. Thanks for the reply! I'm fairly new to all of this - could you elaborate on "special pedigree" for me? I don't mind it being there, seems pretty unique to me. Is there any way to tell when this note was originally graded?
  8. Hello, thanks for your message. It looks like this was a special pedigree requested by the submitter back when it was originally sent in for grading. If you would like to send the note back to us for a reholder, we an remove the pedigree for you, if you wish. Reholders are $10 per note. Thank you!
  9. I wanting to know if they are worth anything also they do not have in God we trust on them
  10. Several years ago I bought around 50 graded 1976 $2 FRNs. 20+ were graded by PMG and say DUECE DUKE on them. I've searched and searched but can't find any info on the DUECE DUKE. Any help?
  11. Hi Ali Maybe it is me but I thought I read elsewhere that 12-06-19 at 10:30 A.M. was the cut off date. You are saying 11-6-19
  12. Several years ago I bought around 50 graded 1976 $2 FRNs. 20+ were graded by PMG and say DUECE DUKE on them. I've searched and searched but can't find any info on the DUECE DUKE. Any help?
  13. You can use the same Leuchtturm / Lighthouse album with as mentioned above 2C or 1C sheets. They are non PVC sheets. I use the Grande 2C sheets which are A4 in size, lighthouse uses European holes so fits 2,4 and i guess 6 ring binders. Normal PMG graded notes fit perfectly. Use the 1C - for the larger ones. I just bought the new lighthouse PUR grande albums - they are really nice. One recommendation I was told - was to stand them upright, not flat down, by a very experienced collector.
  14. Tim, Check out the attached photo. A forum member on the Paper Money Forum posted a picture of this note having been encapsulated and graded by PMG with the "Contemporary Alteration" notation on the holder. Scroll to the bottom of the link below. You may want to reach out to them to see what they needed to do in order to get it holdered and attributed correctly. https://www.papermoneyforum.com/post/altered-10-north-africa-yellow-seal-altered-to-blue-8590112?&trail=25 Thanks, Jeremy
  15. Jeremy, I sent the note to PMG and they placed it in a Silver Certificate graded holder. When I sent it back after I had explained it to PMG that it was an altered note, they then took it out of the holder and sent it back to me as and Altered upgradeable item. Honestly it doesn't make sense to me when these are well known and a True piece of American history. I guess you could say PMG considers it a counterfeit because it has been altered. They're truly wrong on this note. Tim
  16. Timothy - was this ever resolved? Was your note eventually holdered as a Fr. 2309 North Africa $10 w/ a Contemporary Altered tag added? Thanks, Jeremy
  17. $3500.00 Firm This note looks amazing and it was previously graded a 64PPQ by PCGS. Any questions, please ask. Thanks,
  18. $6800.00 Firm This note looks amazing and it was previously graded a 53 by PCGS. Any questions, please ask. Thanks,
  19. $4200.00 Firm This note looks amazing and it was previously graded a 55 by PCGS. Any questions, please ask. Thanks,
  20. $2100.00 Firm Any questions, please ask. Thanks,
  21. Hello, thanks for your message. We don't have a specific page on our website where those stats are published. We will just provide an update on the site as part of a regular news feature to update these stats periodically. Thank you!
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  23. "PMG’s standard CrossOver service have been re-certified by PMG at the same grade or higher. Updated statistics are published weekly on Fridays." This is a quote from the crossover article, Where can I find the Updated Statistics, I looked everywhere on the PMG site and I can not locate it Thanks
  24. Gorgeous note. At a glance it looks UNC. And that centering looks at least 65. BUT put the note under side-lighting and check the shadows... maybe a light fold or two? Then we're looking at AU, maybe 55. An XF would be surprising, maybe justified if deep folds had been pressed out, or other processing/cleaning has flattened the embossing, weakened the note, etc. But like I said - that's a beauty. I'd be a proud owner!
  25. Just saw this note on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/FR-42-1869-2-LEGAL-TENDER-RAINBOW-SUPER-EXTRA-FINE-CONDITION/153720137450 It sold last week on Heritage Auctions for $1050 + 20% buyer's premium: https://currency.ha.com/itm/large-size/legal-tender-notes/fr-42-2-1869-legal-tender-pmg-very-fine-25/a/141944-85451.s WARNING: The eBay seller has apparently removed the PMG holder with comment "Seal Redrawn", VF 25. The seller has titled his eBay listing: SUPER EXTRA FINE CONDITION. It really bothers me that not only has someone destroyed a beautiful PMG holder and erased the effort that a grader has put into their work, but they are also trying to hide details that help us collectors assess the true value of a note! If anyone else would like to report this listing to eBay it may help reduce this kind of unethical behavior. Just click on the Report link in the listing. I used the category/topics: Listing practices > Search and browse manipulation > Incorrect Item Condition. The attached image summarizes my findings.
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