Track & Price Sales Data for Small Size Notes Added to PMG Population Report

Posted on 11/23/2009

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A major enhancement to the PMG Population Report was released on October 23, 2009. Now, sales reports of actual transactions of US Small Size Notes are displayed along side PMG population information. For each applicable PMG-certified note, the most recent reported sale price in each grade is shown along with the date sold and sale venue. Real market transaction date is provided to PMG by Track & Price, a leading provider of currency transaction reporting and collection management tools.

This feature is provided as a free resource to all PMG Authorized Dealers and Collectors Society members with a free or higher level account. To view actual sales reports, members can click the icon which appears next to each applicable Friedberg number. A pop-up window then displays a breakdown of PMG population in each grade and recent sales information displayed in the corresponding adjacent columns.

On, transaction reporting is only available for PMG-certified notes that appear in Track & Price’s records, and thus transaction information is not provided for all notes and in all PMG grades where notes are certified. Additionally, since Track & Price does not include paper quality of certified notes, prices reported for grades 30 to 64 are for the last trade of the numeric grade irrespective of whether it was designated EPQ or not.

Only the most recent reported transaction for PMG-certified notes are included in the PMG Population Report, however, the subscription resource available from Track & Price includes extensive historical transaction data as well as transactions of notes not graded by PMG. The Track & Price inventory system and pricing guide for US currency can be purchased online by visiting

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