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Marking of Israeli notebankes

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Why are there Israeli banknotes to which you have not yet given a P # number?
They do not exist in your lists, and I can not know how many of them were given to the grand and how were the results of the rating?
In their review you register them as unlisted even though they have already a long time ago the number P #?

for example:
1) 20 New Israeli Shekels from 2017 (Rachel the Poet)
2) NIS 200 from 2014 (Zalman Shazar)
3) NIS 100 from 2014 (Yitzhak Ben-Zvi)
4) NIS 20 from 2014 (Moshe Sharett)
5) NIS 20 from 2008 (not from polymer - standard).

It is clear to you that a banknote that is defined as unlisted is worth less than the same bank note that has already been marked with the number P # !!

Even if you have a reason to delay the numbering, at least put them in your lists so that we can know how many such banknotes have been graded and what their results are!

This painful subject that many collectors complain about does not add much respect and credibility to you!



Eli Koren





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Good morning.  We update the Pick numbers based on the numbers listed in the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money.  We will assign numbers once they are updated in the Pick book.  If you have notes that have been updated in Pick, you can send those notes that were previously "unlisted" and send them back in to us for a reholder and we will update the number.  There is a $5 charge for this update.  If you have any questions, you can reach our customer service department at 877-764-5570 or by email at service@pmgnotes.com.  Thank you. 

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