how to get the right catalogue number
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i have a sheet of 1837 Danville Pa obsolete bank notes and to submit them for grading i am required to have a catalogue number. I don't know where to find it without spending 600 dollars on the book which is not gonna happen. Also I have the template that I am sending in to be graded also which is going to bring a whole lot of issues with submitting a form because they have no option for that type of item and I am pretty certain that there is no catalogue number for something like that. So this is becoming very confusing to me. I really was just wanting to submit what I had, have you guys grade them send them back in your protective sleeve, I pay you for it and everything is good. I don't know why this submission form has to be so difficult. It makes me wish that there was another way to do this instead of coming here. I need help. Please help.

 

                                                                  Bret

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Good afternoon. Thanks for your message.  In a case like this you would not have to provide a catalog number for a sheet.  We will create a number here to accommodate the sheet so you can leave that section of the form blank.  If you have any other questions, please let me know.  Thank you!

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