Steve in Tampa

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  1. Correct me if I’m wrong but I believe this set was pre-assembled at the BEP and sold as a complete district set with matching serial numbers.
  2. Putting all of your eggs in one basket might risk outpacing the demand with your supply...possibly diluting prices.
  3. Spotting folds from photos/scans is almost impossible. Some notes appear better than they are by lighting. Try some side lighting to detect folds and handling marks.
  4. There is a happy ending. I contacted a friend with considerable influence at PMG and somehow accomplished my end goal. A courtesy autographed note by Cabral in a courtesy autographed holder by Cabral. It took almost a year and I couldn’t be happier.
  5. Courtesy autographed notes are some of my favorites, so when PMG announced a Cabral autographed holder, I had an idea of getting my Cabral autographed note into a Cabral autographed holder. Somehow, I pulled it off.
  6. Check this website, it has images once you figure out the country of origin.
  7. If you like, we like it. Personally and respectfully, I would have waited and saved for a more attractive example. An example without splits and soiling, and maybe with better margins.
  8. Six of a kind is good, but condition merits spending, at least for me it does.
  9. Thanks. To be clear, are you saying all 100 notes would have to be submitted for the Cabral signature ? Or, will PMG will do a single note when included with a 100 note submission ?
  10. Is there any update to the Cabral autographed labels ??
  11. Very cool fold over error. What exactly did you want to know ?
  12. Buy the note, not the holder.....always rings true.