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jdizzle
Wow...just...wow! Any guesses on how much you think it will go for?!?
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TookyBandit
Super cool! It’ll be a winner for sure ...for the proud new owner. I’d say it will bring at least $1,500
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tigertrader
I’d say more like 3 - 5k depending on if the right people see it...
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Springfield
Would the potential buyer at the price range 3 -5k be buried in the note?

I know personally, I would not be a candidate to purchase at that price. If that is a rare block, I wouldn’t mind a lower graded PMG example and then use the price savings to buy more notes. 
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TookyBandit
I would love to see it hit that level! Would be great for SC’s and the small size category. 😃 
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Steve in Tampa
I know it’s not an Fr.1620, but I didn’t pay anywhere near that amount for my 70 graded note.
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jdizzle
I know it’s not an Fr.1620, but I didn’t pay anywhere near that amount for my 70 graded note.

If only all 70s were created equal... ;-)
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tigertrader
Springfield wrote:
Would the potential buyer at the price range 3 -5k be buried in the note?

I know personally, I would not be a candidate to purchase at that price. If that is a rare block, I wouldn’t mind a lower graded PMG example and then use the price savings to buy more notes. 



I am not saying it is sane but no I dont think they would be buried based on other realizations where people with likely "money most cant comprehend" buy the 70's for crazy money. The buyer may be crazy but there are lots of crazy people out there with "more money than most can comprehend"....
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luca

Whatever they were smoking when they graded this one... I want some.

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larry510
Hey guys I wouldn't trust PMG 70's.  I saw one come in to PCGS for crossover about 2 years ago.  When they performed the measurements on it it didn't pass a 70.  Was a 69.  I certainly would hate to spend 3-5K on a perfect 70 that wasn't perfect.  Look at the example Luca posted above.
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synchr
$2500
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HoneyBadger
Personally, I would like to see all 70’s done away with. They should have the 70 remain on the scale but make it impossible to achieve. Perfection implies more than most notes can deliver on.
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synchr
HoneyBadger wrote:
Personally, I would like to see all 70’s done away with. They should have the 70 remain on the scale but make it impossible to achieve. Perfection implies more than most notes can deliver on.

Agreed, this is why I left collecting coins in 1996 when PCGS unleashed a lot of 70 SBAs that were not perfect.
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tigertrader
I try to buy them at times but have rarely been successful. However, they are promptly flipped...

There is a huge difference in a 70 on green seal and a 70 on any other color seal. I would be tempted to hold the silver but I highly doubt my bid will be anywhere near enough to bring it home.
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mfontes

IMO Novelty items and man made wide margin cuts from sheets are not worthy of a 70 grade and diminish the value of the grade. 

 

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MEC2
Agreed - in fact, they diminish the value of *grading*... have professional standards and stick to them, even if it means turning away carnival sideshow business like the above.
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jdizzle
$5400 w/ BP...crazy!
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TookyBandit

Very happy for the consignor!
I can’t wrap my head around that much 💰 for a 1957 $1SC ...but the current market demand is very clear!

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Timmy3939
larry510 wrote:
Hey guys I wouldn't trust PMG 70's.  I saw one come in to PCGS for crossover about 2 years ago.  When they performed the measurements on it it didn't pass a 70.  Was a 69.  I certainly would hate to spend 3-5K on a perfect 70 that wasn't perfect.  Look at the example Luca posted above.



I have yet to get a PCGS-C 68 PPQ to cross with PMG mostly because of registration issues they have all come back 66 epq. I’d rather buy the note and not the plastic.
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Numbersman
Super high grade is on fire!


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tigertrader
jdizzle wrote:
$5400 w/ BP...crazy!



Who could have ever predicted that! ðŸ™ƒ
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