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CGA-63 or PMG-55

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I'VE ONLY HAD ONE NOTE THAT

I CONVERTED FROM CGA TO PMG,

IT WAS GRADED FINE 12 FROM BOTH OF THEM ,

WHEN YOU GET TO THE HIGHER GRADES

THERE SEEMS TO BE A DIFFERENCE.

I WONDER WHAT PCGS WOULD HAVE GRADED IT.

 

I'LL SOON HAVE A CGA-45 CONVERTED TO PMG.

AND SOME PCGS CONVERTED TO PMG,

IF THERE IS ANY DIFFERNCE IN GRADING, I'LL POST.

 

MY VIEW IS THAT PMG HAS A BETTER HOLDER

AND BETTER GRADE TO TRUST FROM AN INDEPENDENT GRADER.

 

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I'm not sure if this would be considered "off topic" or not, but I just saw a 1981A $1 Dallas Star note for sale on eBay, (a VERY valuable note) and it is in a PMG holder, graded 67 Super Gem WITHOUT the designation of EPQ. I was wondering how a note can get this high of a grade and NOT get EPQ. If anyone can give me an explanation, or reason behind this I would appreciate it.

 

Steve in Tampa

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A few years ago, PMG changed their policy such that any PMG-65 or higher note, MUST be EPQ. PMG did not have the EPQ designation on their graded notes in their early years.

PMG will re-holder any and PMG-65 or higher notes that do not have EPQ designation, with a direct-crossover and the EPQ designation.

 

So don't worry, and PMG-65 or higher notes are by default EPQ notes.

 

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