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woody3882

I am selling out my collection of 1957, 1957-A, 1957-B notes,  The main meat of the collection consists of 11 recently graded PMG 69 notes and one PMG 70.    This is a list, could you please give me advise as to what I should list each note for.  I understand that the population has a dramatic effect on the value so I am listing by population.   Very soon they will be sold and I appreciate any honest opinion.
Thanks        Woody3882@aol.com

FR-1619  PMG 69 A-A block  population 1/0 
FR-1619  PMG 69 B-A block  population 1/0
FR-1619  PMG 69 T-A block  population 1/0
FR-1619  PMG 69 U-A block  population 1/0
FR-1619  PMG 69 X-A block  population 1/0
FR-1621 PMG 69 R-A block  population 2/0
FR-1621 PMG 69 S-A block  population 2/0
FR-1621  PMG 69 V-A block  population 1/0
FR-1621 PMG 69 W-A block  population 1/0
FR-1621 PMG 69 Y-A block  population 11/0
FR-1621 PMG 69 *-A block  population 1/1
FR-1620 PMG 70  N-A block  population 1/0     (Only 3 Silver Certificates in all denominations exist with a PMG 70 grade)1620 NA 70 0858 F.jpg 



1620 NA 70 0858 R.jpg 
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mikelaw
Wow. 70Q. Nice. 
Mike
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Cody71086
Were these sent raw or crossovers?
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larry510
Wow that 70 is amazing!  Hope you find a good collector to sell to.  
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woody3882
These notes were crossovers,  The good is that the 70 crossed from a 69,  The bad is that 20 grade 69 went in, only 11 came back 69.  I sent in a total of 59 notes.
If anyone is truly curious about crossover results, send me a memo to my to my e-mail address and I will respond directly with the list.
Woody3882@aol.com
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mfontes
I think it’s better to send raw than to cross. I just don’t trust graders egos. The crossing game only hurts the collector. I’ve probably lost thousands just crossing notes. 
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woody3882
without getting into specifics,  44% crossed,   47%  were lowered,   8% increased.   one of the decreases was 3 grades down.   But as bad as it all was, the upgrade to a 70 made it all worth while.
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High Grade Rarities
If you want to sell it all in one shot shoot me a price- highgraderarities@yahoo.com
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larry510
woody3882 wrote:
without getting into specifics,  44% crossed,   47%  were lowered,   8% increased.   one of the decreases was 3 grades down.   But as bad as it all was, the upgrade to a 70 made it all worth while.


Yeah getting the 70 made it worth it.  My guess is that some or most of the ones that didn't cross probably were graded by PCGS prior to 2009 when they had a slightly different standard.  I've seen many early PCGS graded notes that were two points overgraded.
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luca
I'd say when dealing with 69-caliber stuff, getting half of them to cross is pretty good.  If they were 66s and only half crossed, that would suck.

Always looking for low S/N Red Seals / $5 FRNs: 1950a - 1969b

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larry510
Agreed ^
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High Grade Rarities
I would guess a total hammer(W/BP) on all 12 notes at $6,800 through auction.
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buddylee
I would be interested to see what you would ask for one  in1619, one  in 1621 and the 1620 

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