Location:Boys Town, Nebraska,
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Item:202528080941$5 1899 Silver CertificatePCGS Very Fine 20 A good-looking Indian Chief note for the grade. BID WITH CONFIDENCE ***I strive to deliver 5-star customer service*** I personally grade everything I sell, I stand behind my grading, and I am confident you will find my opinions on grading to be accurate and CONSERVATIVE. Nearly all of the third party-graded notes I sell were originally purchased as "raw" (ungraded) by me, then submitted to the grading service for independent grading by me - - if you are the high bidder in one of my auctions, you will likely be the first owner of that freshly-graded note, fresh from the grading service. Very few tired, recycled banknotes from Goodpaper! At this time, I use both Paper Money Guaranty (PMG) and Professional Currency Grading Service (PCGS) when I choose to have my notes independently graded as I feel both services are consistently conservative and offer the best market value for buyers. Review my feedback and decide for yourself. I offer a full (7) days NO QUESTIONS ASKED return privilege. This return option applies to all third party-graded notes well. I intend to earn your trust and satisfaction. My mailing address: John DeMaris PO Box 72 Boys Town, NE 68010 For uncirculated raw/ungraded notes, I typically utilize the Dual Grading System, which is endorsed and in use today by a number of the currency hobby's most honest and respected dealers. The dual grading system recognizes the importance of both PAPER QUALITY and CENTERING by assigning separate grades to both features, rather than trying to arrive at a single "net" grade that attempts to blend and factor both paper quality and centering into a single grade. In the Dual Grading System, the first term (VG, F, VF, XF, AU, CU, CCU, GEM) refers to the paper quality and the letter in parenthesis indicates the centering. Centering grades are: (vf) Full margins and well centered on both sides with only a slight shift evident; also called "Gem" centering (f) The shift is obvious but not at all objectionable. Could be well centered but with narrow margins. (a) One or more margins are close or touching, or the note in general is very off-center and distracting.Condition:A nice circulated example of this must-have Type - - essentially damage-free for the grade, but please note the Grader comment: "Small rust stains" which are indeed small and do not affect the pleasant eye appeal of this great Type Note., Certification:PCGS Currency, Grade:20, Circulated/Uncirculated:Circulated, Type:Banknotes, Denomination:$5, Year:1899
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Fr. 271 $5 1899 Silver Certificate "Chief Note" Lyons-Roberts PCGS Very Fine 20