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  1. Good morning! It was difficult to purchase the book you recommended, so I checked it out now. However, I have one question, so I ask again. There are items called ‘vgood’, ‘vfine’, ‘fine’, and ‘new’ where each currency is described, and there are numbers below them. What does this number mean? This may be a question that has nothing to do with your company, but I couldn't find an explanation for this, so I'm asking. Thank you.
  2. Thanks for the quick reply. I will refer to the book you recommended.
  3. Thanks for your kind reply. If So, 1. Can the order of issuance of note be regarded as 'Expedient Specimen → Specimen → Currency'? 2. Is "Expedient Specimen" more valuable than "Specimen" in the same grade? 3. Is "Expedient" correct to be interpreted as a ' easy and quick way to solve a problem or do something'? 4. Is "Expedient Specimen" also a specimen? Does it belong to the category of note? In Korea, there are collectors who do not judge it as a proper of specimen. I have a lot of questions, but please answer them.
  4. I would like to know about the term "Expedient Specimen". Usually I know "Specimen" is the final sample, but what does "Expedient Specimen" mean? Does it simply mean that there is no Mihon Stamp? Is "Expedient Specimen" a note created before "Specimen"? In countries where English is not a native language, sometimes 'Expedient' interpreted in a negative sense. Please provide clear rules.