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If I submit a bill that i think is a 60 and price it under $1,000 and will you grade it higher and charge me the next grade scale?  I've got a 1914 $5 FRN type one Minnepolis, with a notation that reads only 32 known to exist, I dont know how to grade it and have a bunch more simsliar

 

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Good morning,

Thanks for your message. If our graders feel that the note is undervalued by a significant amount, they may decide to bump the note up to the appropriate grading tier.  If this occurs, we would email you and let you know of the adjustment and you would just have to pay the difference in the grading fees at that time.  

If you are unsure of the value or it could vary widely, we encourage you to start conservatively and that way we can always go up if needed, but we would not refund any grading fees if you overvalue the note.  

If you have any questions, please let us know.  Thank you!

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