Bwspears

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  1. $7,850.00 

    This note looks as good as some 40s and definitely better than any 30 I have seen. Compare yourself!

    I have it also listed on eBay, but you will pay more because of fees and taxes. eBay Listing

    Venmo, Zelle, Paypal or bank wire transfer. If using Paypal or Venmo, I will split the 3% fee with you.

    I will also accept Bitcoin or Ethereum cryptocurrency.

    I will ship next day air at no additional charge.

    Make an offer!

    Any questions, please ask.

    Thanks,

    brianzx7@aol.com

     

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  2. He lost big on this. He only sold it for 974.00. Subtract ebay fees and cost of shipping and he lost at least 200 dollars doing what he did. The reality is that the person that purchased it got an ok deal even if that person has to get it regraded.

    Also, this isn't unethical. The PMG grader may have very well undergraded the note and this buyer may have decided to take the chance and sell it and let the new buyer make that call. It is ludicrous to say that PMG is the only authoritative source for determining a grade and that whatever they say is in stone. My suggestion to you is to just relax and let the marketplace do it's thing.

    Just sayin.

  3. This note looks amazing and it was previously graded a 64PPQ by PCGS.

    I have it also listed on eBay, but you will pay a lot more because of fees and taxes. eBay Listing

    $3800.00  Venmo, Zelle, Paypal or wire transfer. If using Paypal, I will split the fee with you.

    I will ship next day air at no charge.

    Any questions, please ask.

    Thanks,

    brianzx7@aol.com

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  4. The reality is that the graders are all different and the chances of all notes being graded the exact same is practically impossible. Remember, this is 60% details and 40% how it "appears" to them. Once it has been graded by PMG, it will most likely retain that grade because they protect each other and PMGs reputation (understandably so). If you had a note graded by them and then requested a re-grade or even took the note out of the holder (sending it in like it has never been graded), they will look up the serial in their system to see if it had been previously graded and you will end up with the same grade. If you could put 10 graders each in different rooms and give them 10 notes to grade. The only way they would all have the same grade is if they cheated. I would bet a thousand bucks on that!

    Someone should develop a scanner that can measure everything from creases/folds, centering, stains and even color depth so that it takes the human factor out of grading. Until then, just pray that when you send it in for the first time, that your grader is having a good day.

     

     

  5. The re-grade process is a sham. Regardless of whether you send in as a re-grade or you take the note out and send it like it has never been graded, they will look up the serial to see if it has been previously graded by them and then just give you that same grade to protect each other. If it wasn't for the nice holder they have I would go somewhere else. 

  6. I can't wait until they develop a machine that will scientifically and consistently grade notes. We have the technology now that 100% of every aspect of note grading/measuring can be duplicated and assigned a value by a machine. This would eliminate all the inconsistent subjective grading and errors.

    I want notes graded accurately and scientifically, not opinions of those that could be biased one way or another.

    It is impossible for humans to have an unbiased opinion on anything. Human minds don't work that way and thank God they don't. 

    Bring on the robots!!