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More Salients Points On Grading Of A Banknote

For paper money collectors, it is cool to understand what’s IBNS (International Bank Note Society) has to say about examination and grading of cleaned/washed/pressed banknotes: To examine a banknote, we should: have the bank note out of its holder and place under a good light; move the note around so that light bounces off at […]

Banknote Grading Using Series of Point

To introduce a more accurate and uniform way to determining a condition of a particular note, a system has been developed using a series of points which when added, yield a final total and a grading. The suggested totals of points for the various grade are as follows:

The Sheldon Scale For Grading Coins

The Sheldon Scale is a 70-point scale for grading coins, developed by Dr. William Sheldon in 1949. A slightly modified form of the Sheldon Scale has become the de facto standard for grading U.S. coins today, and is used by the major third party grading services when assigning a grade to a coin. The adjectival […]

Grading Of Banknote:Poor Condition

Poor (P) A “rag” with severe damage because of wear, staining, pieces missing, graffiti and large holes. May have tape holding pieces of the note together. Trimming may have taken place to move rough edges. A Poor note is desirable only as a “filler” or when such a note is the only one known of […]

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