RADAR ROTATOR SERIAL 2006 $5 Atlanta PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 68EPQ C2C

RADAR ROTATOR SERIAL 2006 $5 Atlanta PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 68EPQ C2C
RADAR ROTATOR SERIAL 2006 $5 Atlanta PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 68EPQ C2C

RADAR ROTATOR SERIAL 2006 $5 Atlanta PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 68EPQ C2C

Don't fall for "High Grade, " "Superb Grade, " "Awesome Grade" uncertified notes being offered online. Most of the time, there is a reason why they are not in a third-party grading company holder. It's a multi-million dollar epidemic. Avoid being taken advantage of!

The green color on the seal and serials is dark and bold. The Friedberg number is Fr. 1992-F and the signatures are Cabral-Paulson.

This note has been certified by PMG as Superb Gem Uncirculated (CU) 68EPQ, which makes it a perfect note for a high end collection. This note has incredible original, clean paper, the sharpest of corners and edges and amazing, near-perfect centering with massive "boardwalk" margins. The BEP was definitely on their "A game" the day this note was produced.

The cool part about this note is its serial number, which is considered a Radar. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with what this is, a "Radar" is a term used for notes that have serial numbers that read the same way forward as they do backward. A more formal term for the concept is. But people say "Radar" because it sounds cooler and due to the fact that the word "Radar" is, itself, a palindrome.

While I don't condone animal cruelty, if you tried to. You'd be committing a palindromical act. And here is one of my favorite ones. A Man, A Plan, A Canal: Panama! Now for the kicker: this serial number is also what is considered a "Rotator" as well, meaning if you flip the note upside-down, the number reads the same as it does when rightside-up. Each of the numbers (8, 0, 1) has a similar appearance regardless of their vertical orientation.

Early Federal Reserve Notes rock! I love trying to put together district sets (A-1 through L-12) of each series in nice grades, which is a very challenging endeavor. It makes collecting really fun. If you need any particular districts for your sets, message me and I may have duplicates (I have hundreds of certified FRN's - they are my passion and I believe they are a great long-term value play for investing).

The best part of this note's grade is the "EPQ" that was awarded by PMG. For those of you out there just starting out in the hobby, its a great idea to look for original, exceptional paper quality when shopping for notes. Greedy dealers of today and yester-year have dreamt up a number of ways to "improve" a note's appearance to unsuspecting and untrained eyes in an attempt to maximize profits pressing, chemically treating, etc. The sad thing about this is that such deceitful and unnatural tactics ruin a note's originality forever.

But I have a feeling that you won't want to return it once you have it in your hand. I just received back several hundred notes from PMG and there is a lot of exciting, rare, high-grade stuff in these stacks. Almost my entire collection is decent, quality material. I have worked hard on developing my "eye" for original, problem-free notes over the years and have been cherry picking shops and shows for over a decade. I will be highly responsive to all inquiries.

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The item "RADAR ROTATOR SERIAL 2006 $5 Atlanta PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 68EPQ C2C" is in sale since Monday, August 30, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ US\Small Size Notes\Federal Reserve Notes". The seller is "pibbthug" and is located in Los Angeles, California.

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RADAR ROTATOR SERIAL 2006 $5 Atlanta PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 68EPQ C2C