Please judge for yourself the quality of this Fedreal Reserve Note. Also please check my other auctions for a large number of other Federal Reserve Notes, Disney Dollars, coins and more! Information On The PCGS Currency Grading Scale. There are Numerous Grades Below What Is Listed Here But We Do Not Deal In Those Grades.
The "70" grade is essentially a perfect note. The note will be entirely original, with broad, perfectly even margins on all four sides, sharp corners, bright colors, outstanding eye appeal, and literally perfect paper quality with no trace of even the smallest fault. Perhaps only the most modern notes will attain this grade, and even then it will be a rare occurrence. A "69" will be nearly as perfect as a "70", but some very minor fault such as a barely measurable imperfection in the centering or a tiny, almost unnoticeable crinkle in the paper will keep such a note from absolute perfection. Otherwise, a "68" will be flawless, with excellent centering, bold colors, excellent eye appeal, and full originality.Despite the mention here of trivial flaws, one should remember that a "68" is an essentially perfect note. It is the highest grade that can reasonably be expected for many series, including most large size type notes. A "67" will be the highest possible grade for many series, as even most essentially perfect notes will sometimes reveal a minor fault upon close examination. A "67" should have broad margins for the issue, with centering that is nearly perfect to the naked eye. The colors and eye appeal should be bold and attractive, and the originality should be unquestionable. Bold embossing (where applicable) must be evident. A "66" may have terrific centering but just not the broad margins of a Superb grade, or it may be a broadly margined example that is just a tiny bit off center.
A "66" should retain full originality, although the embossing may not be quite as strong as on a Superb Gem. The colors and eye appeal should still be well above average.A Gem note is one that at first glance appears perfect. After examination, however, one or more minor faults may be noticed that keep the note from attaining a higher grade.
The centering should be well above average, although minor imperfections in the centering are permissible if the margins are broad. Embossing may or may not be present, but notes at this grade level will not receive the "PPQ" label if they are not fully original. An otherwise Superb note that has been pressed or is flat with no embossing may receive a "65" grade without the "PPQ" modifier. Notes in this and any New grade will, of course, have absolutely no folds or bends.
It should be stressed that although notes at this grade will (by definition) be less than perfect, they will still be above average notes that may appear to the average viewer to be pristine. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Small Size Notes\Federal Reserve Notes".traders" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.