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  1. I also find this to be really confusing. I am trying to build a comprehensive list of all modern small sized notes that are also available as mules, because there are MANY graded notes in the wild that are attributed as Mules, but that the plate numbers absolutely are the same size. It seems that a size difference is no longer required for a note to be considered a mule. Additionally confusing is the fact that PMG claims to refer to the "Paper Money of the United States" publication by Arthur and Ira Friedberg, but this is obviously a lie, as they absolutely DO NOT list any mules on any modern notes since at least the 1960's, yet many of their notes definitely have this designation.
  2. That's not what I asked. I simply asked if you can just say what you currently know the friedberg numbers to be for the listed issues.
  3. Can someone comment on what exactly the Friedberg Numbers are for the following series' of notes, which are too new to be in the current printing of "Paper Money of the United States"? Series 2017 - $1 $10 $20 Series 2017A - $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $50 $100
  4. Personally, I find there to be anything wrong at all with CGA graded banknotes. Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of companies out there doing slip-shot over/under grading of notes, but I don't personally feel that CGA is one of them. If PMG and PCGS Currency, were to go out of business today, I'd gladly go to CGA.
  5. I understand you use the "Paper Money of the United States" book, by Arthur and Ira Friedberg. As do I, it's an excellent reference. But my question is, since there is NO printed reference anywhere, that is actually up to date with most any US banknote from about Series 2013 forwards, if someone were to send you a Series 2017A banknote, right now, for grading, how do find out what the proper friedberg number should be? What reference do you use, when THE reference is not up to date enough?