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arianzo
Can someone explain how this note with 2 corner issues get a UNC 64? There is not even a comment. The reverse is more obvious.

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Zimbabwe-100-Trillion-Dollars-2008-P91-Uncirculated-Graded-64/264757701525
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MEC2
Lay-zee... some will argue "as made" perhaps but I  don't care if the tear is as made, it's not a 64. Hey, at least no EPQ huh?

I had a 1929 $5 national in a 64 holder with a "small tear" remark on the reverse I missed because I trusted the 64 on the front...
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coinfrog
I see a chad on one corner and a neat inset saw-toothed semicircle on another, both of which suggest a legitimate detachment from the rest of a sheet of some sort - and thus not grading considerations.
The value of anything is what you can sell it for the same day you bought it.
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TomTomTomTom
Who cares...it's a hundred trillion dollars..just think what you can buy with it!
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MEC2
Still less than a Brillion... (see new pickup thread for reference...)
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TomTomTomTom
waiting for a googolplex note!
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arianzo
I could accept that it is still uncirculated to doesn't affect grading BUT a I'd expect a remark at least.
If they do that for holes, pins, stain, why not here....
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