Dana Wood

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  1. I am selling my PMG 1957 FR-1621 first place Registry Set. These notes were recently graded in November 2019 by PMG. This set was recognized as the first place 1957 FR-1621 set last week.this set of 11 notes consists of 6 very rare Graded 69 notes, 3 grade 68 notes and 2 grade 67 notes.The U-A note is a mismatched serial number with a value of at least 700.$5000. for the full set as shown in the PMG registry site. It would take you years and a lot more money to find or build a set as nice as this one.If you are interested, Please contact me directly at [email protected] Thanks Woody 1957B $1 Q-A Block 67 EPQ Pop 7/0 1957B $1 R-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 2/0 1957B $1 S-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 2/0 1957B $1 T-A Block 68 EPQ Pop 6/0 1957B $1 U-A Block 67 EPQ Pop 109/10 (Mismatched Serial Number) 1957B $1 V-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 1/0 1957B $1 W-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 1/0 1957B $1 X-A Block 68 EPQ Pop 26/0 1957B $1 Y-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 11/0 1957B $1 *-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 1/1 1957B $1 *-B Block 68 EPQ Pop 48/0
  2. I am selling my PMG 1957 FR-1621 first place Registry Set. These notes were recently graded in November 2019 by PMG. This set was recognized as the first place 1957 FR-1621 set last week.this set of 11 notes consists of 6 very rare Graded 69 notes, 3 grade 68 notes and 2 grade 67 notes.The U-A note is a mismatched serial number with a value of at least 700.$5000. for the full set as shown in the PMG registry site. It would take you years and a lot more money to find or build a set as nice as this one.If you are interested, Please contact me directly at [email protected] Thanks Woody 1957B $1 Q-A Block 67 EPQ Pop 7/0 1957B $1 R-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 2/0 1957B $1 S-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 2/0 1957B $1 T-A Block 68 EPQ Pop 6/0 1957B $1 U-A Block 67 EPQ Pop 109/10 1957B $1 V-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 1/0 1957B $1 W-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 1/0 1957B $1 X-A Block 68 EPQ Pop 26/0 1957B $1 Y-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 11/0 1957B $1 *-A Block 69 EPQ Pop 1/1 1957B $1 *-B Block 68 EPQ Pop 48/0
  3. I have decided to sell a few at a time with the lower grades first. It might take me a few years and I figure I will end up with seventy cents on a dollar. But the reality is that the collection will never sell as a set. "It is what it is"
  4. To Steve So you recommend I sell a few at a time..
  5. After 20+ years I realized that I just gave birth to a "White Elephant". The question is, “Now what do I do with it” I have been collecting the 1957 B-B block $1.00 Silver Certificates for almost 20 years and I bought every one I found that was reasonably listed. The B-B block is the rarest and most valuable of all the 1957, 1957A, 1957-B Silver Certificates The B-B block is the last regular block printed for the 1957 Series. Over 2.6 Billion regular notes were printed for this series, however only 9.6 Million are of the B-B block. That is less than three one-hundredths of one per cent of the overall 1957 Series printing. The Last B-B note printed Serial Number 09600000 The Highest known Serial Number I know of is 09549860 which is in this collection. (Please correct me if I am wrong) There are only 433 known PMG graded 1957 B-B notes. I Have 371 PMG in my collection which were re-graded by PMG in 2019 for accuracy. (over 6-K just for the grading fees. The big question that I am putting out to the forum members is, in your best opinion do I try to sell as a lot, or do I give it my best shot at selling individually online. The reasonable current value of this set 33K. I have a list of the notes over ten pages with serial numbers. So please leave your comments as what you think is best to do with this collection. Yes, I will take any reasonable offer. (Reasonable being the key word) PMG has graded 433 1957 FR-1619 B-B block notes known to be graded in the population charts. I have a total of 372 PMG notes in this collection. According to PMG Population charts as of 12-20-2019 Grade Value PMG known PMG I have 8 $30 0 0 10 $35 0 0 12 $40 6 6 15 $45 19 19 20 $50 31 31 25 $55 55 55 30 $60 56 56 35 $65 40 39 40 $70 19 14 45 $75 12 12 50 $80 7 6 53 $85 7 6 55 $85 12 12 58 $90 21 16 60 $100 0 0 61 $110 0 0 62 $120 0 0 63 $130 18 16 64 $140 21 16 65 $150 18 8 66 $170 76 52 67 $220 12 8 68 $350 3 0 ------------------------------------------------------------------ 433 372 Thanks [email protected]
  6. 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
  7. "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
  8. With the end of the Registry Set year, (Dec 6 I believe) when the sets should be finalized or updated for 2019. If a note is added to the set before the cut off date but was not released by the previous owner. But is released after the last day, will it be accepted. I know that PMG is very good about contacted the previous owners and releasing the note for the new owner, but it can take a couple of days. Question put another way: does a note have to be released before the cut off date or can it be submitted to one's set before the cut off date and accepted after the cutoff date. Thanks