Steve in Tampa

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    I am gonna miss that car.

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    Mercedes Parts Advisor
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    Vintage metal Lunchboxes, Paper Money 1963 thru current, Golfing
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  1. Six of a kind is good, but condition merits spending, at least for me it does.
  2. 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 ?
  3. Is there any update to the Cabral autographed labels ??
  4. Very cool fold over error. What exactly did you want to know ?
  5. Buy the note, not the holder.....always rings true.
  6. I have many PMG and PCGS graded notes in bank bags. I divide up the different denominations and put them in a specific bag. One dollar notes take up two bags. I keep them stored vertically, as in the photo, and have never had a problem.
  7. I have a friend with a large collection of PMG graded notes. He recently sent in several graded notes for a Presidential review, which does exactly what you’re asking about. Contact PMG for application and pricing.
  8. Numismatic Bibliomania Society has a E-Sylum eNewsletter you can subscribe to and you can also search their archives.
  9. Thanks for the help and information Jennifer, I appreciate it.
  10. Ok, I understand, PMG no longer adds Courtesy Autograph unless witnessed. Back to my original question. Am I able to get my courtesy autographed note into Cabral signature holder if submitted by a an authorized PMG dealer ? Is this the correct venue for this question, or should I contact Miles directly ?
  11. “The only way we can verify a signature is if that signature is witnessed by a PMG. employee.” - Jennifer Is this new ? Clearly this note was autographed before PMG was in business, and it has a Courtesy Autograph notation.