patrickharley

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  1. I thought that too, but I thought it would be good to get an opinion from someone with more knowledge than myself on this subject. I'll follow your recommendation. Thanks.
  2. I'm very new at collecting paper money and I can't seem to find anything on the following subject. (Maybe I'm not looking in the right places.) I just acquired a 1975 Canadian $100 bill and noticed it had a 5/8" tear on the bottom. The bill shows some signs of wear but overall it's not too bad. When a person gets a bill in this condition (torn), what is the appropriate thing to do? Leave it just the way it is or can or should the tear be repaired, if that is even possible, to prevent the tear from spreading further up the bill? I'm guessing the proper thing to do is to carefully put it in a plastic sleeve and leave it as it is. Does anyone have an opinion or some advice on how to handle this? It would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.