1995 frn star note pmg 64

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1995 frn star note pmg 64

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my newest purchase
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First I love it 64 Grade old school ten dollar bill, very nice grab!
I have two questions with paper money like these:

1. Do they have to be graded to be worth more? I have a few "old school" bills like this but no where near as nice; I keeping them since paper money changed, but I am thinking they are face value only

2. How much is this 64 Grade Ten Dollar Bill Worth?
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Yes it is sweet . Not bad serial number also (relatively low) . Can I ask a question ? What did it cost to grade. I have an error note that I want graded .
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wilkinsp21 wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 11:27 pm First I love it 64 Grade old school ten dollar bill, very nice grab!
I have two questions with paper money like these:

1. Do they have to be graded to be worth more? I have a few "old school" bills like this but no where near as nice; I keeping them since paper money changed, but I am thinking they are face value only

2. How much is this 64 Grade Ten Dollar Bill Worth?
condition is the main factor----20$+

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SensibleSal66 wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 11:51 pm Yes it is sweet . Not bad serial number also (relatively low) . Can I ask a question ? What did it cost to grade. I have an error note that I want graded .
check out this website---https://www.pmgnotes.com/

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Ok I got it . Thanks
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#7 Unread post by Earle42 »

Very nice note. I miss the older non-monopoly-money looking bills. I am sure its just b/c I grew up with them. Yeah, I know...bland!
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