• Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Bretisthe1

  1. i have a sheet of 1837 Danville Pa obsolete bank notes and to submit them for grading i am required to have a catalogue number. I don't know where to find it without spending 600 dollars on the book which is not gonna happen. Also I have the template that I am sending in to be graded also which is going to bring a whole lot of issues with submitting a form because they have no option for that type of item and I am pretty certain that there is no catalogue number for something like that. So this is becoming very confusing to me. I really was just wanting to submit what I had, have you guys grade them send them back in your protective sleeve, I pay you for it and everything is good. I don't know why this submission form has to be so difficult. It makes me wish that there was another way to do this instead of coming here. I need help. Please help. Bret
  2. I have a sheet of 1837 danville Pa banknotes in flawless condition as well as the template for it. I am about to submit them for grading but I do not know a value for them, nor do I know how to find a value for them before sending it for grading. What do I do? Thanks.
  3. That's great news. I measured both and they are small enough to fit in the large custom holder. I will send both the banknote sheet and template as soon as I can. Thank you again. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do.
  4. I was trying to figure out what exactly it was, I'm guessing some type of template. And yes, do you grade those as well. My banknote sheet is also 6 notes and from what i understand, you only grade sheets that are 4 notes or less. Is that true? If so, where would I be able to have my sheet graded? Thank you in advance for any assistance.
  5. I understand you only grade sheets as long as there are 4 notes or less. Where would I find someone to grade my sheet that has 6 banknotes in the sheet?
  6. I bought this sheet of uncirculated banknotes from 1837 and along with it was some type of ink printing sheet, if that makes any sense. Picture is with this question
  7. I bought this sheet from an estate sale last week but something else came with it. It looks like a negative of some sort, but I'm lost as to what it is. Can anyone help? I'll send the pic of it next.