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numisto
Hi forum,

I just completed my first crossover from CGA to PMG.  I thought the CGA grade was off but I shied away from cutting out the note for a long time.  And, honestly, it was actually a lot harder than I thought to safely get it out of the holder.  Anyway, I am glad that I did.  Take a look!  

I don't think there are very many of these with uncirculated grades, from Shantung.  And, I'm a little surprised that PMG did not note the paper toning, but there is no comment on the back of the holder.

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Steve in Tampa
Congratulations on the grade bump. Maybe the absence of the EPQ designation was PMG’s way of not mentioning the obvious. 
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numisto
Yes, that makes sense.  I would just consider the toning on the more extreme side to not be mentioned at all, but I hear you.
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Dan Cong
A brother from another mother with the world's slenderest margins. I am a fan of these ABNco notes. 

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Springfield

Was the note graded under the original CGA company that did wrong or under the new ownership since 2009?  


I have not bought any CGA certified notes as I do not want to be scammed. 

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Steve in Tampa
Springfield wrote:

Was the note graded under the original CGA company that did wrong or under the new ownership since 2009?  


The OP’s CGA holder has both the star and mentions original paper quality. Both hallmarks of the New CGA. 

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mfontes
Hey how come mine is trimmed Ã°Å¸ËœÅ“  I like the pick 117.  I may have to hunt one down now too.
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Timbuk3
Congratulations, nice bump-up !!! 👍
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