Getting values of notes by CaptBrian1
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Check and compare to similar graded notes on auction website archives. Be sure you're looking at notes that have been sold, and not current ASKING prices. Try Heritage, Stacks-Bowers, and eBay.

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If CGA* were $10 a note and turned around orders within a month they would not be a bad option. Once you get into higher value notes over say $500 the money grading becomes vital. They have possibly gotten more objective than when there was insider activity 10 or more years ago before PMG and PCGS currency started. Jesse Lipka who was head at CGA apparently knows where the grading standards should draw the lines. I spoke with a retired judge who is a major currency dealer who was called as a professional witness in defense of CGA and backed up how they graded. The same thing goes for notes as goes for coins; buy the note not the slab.

 

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