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1928 Funnyback grade

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In my opinion the centering looks good enough for a 67 (it looks a bit low and tilted slightly counter-clockwise on the face in the image). However, there is no way to know the paper quality without actually handling the note and PMG will not assign grades higher than 64 unless the note rates an EPQ designation regardless of other factors. This requires that that the embossing and paper wave of the note not have been removed by pressing or flattening the note as too many early collectors did. A high-grade 1928-A $1 silver certificate is not particularly rare and a partial repeater for a VA block note doesn't add anything, but in my opinion a gem uncirculated note (with exceptional paper quality) still is worth the cost of sending in for an official certification.

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