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EPQ designation, do you wait for one or not?

EPQ designation, do you wait for one or not?  

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  1. 1. Do you wait for an EPQ note, or do you just buy based on look/price?

    • I'll hold out until an EPQ note is available.
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    • I won't wait for an EPQ if a non-EPQ is available with visual quality and a good price.
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For me it's a note by note decision. If it's a note with a big population where EPQ's are common I'll wait, if it's a note with a low population, not many EPQ's or one I seldom see I'll jump on it. Or if like you say the price is right I'll forgo the EPQ designation, EPQ does drive the price up typically. I'd prefer a note with EPQ but I'm not hung up on it as I can always revisit the note in the future if I want. I'm also a little impatient though. 

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On 2/22/2021 at 11:14 AM, Steve in Tampa said:

I mostly agree with @Fenntucky Mike and will add that with National bank notes it doesn’t make a big difference to me. With moderns, it’s a must have.

True, but with anything modern any grade below about a 66 or 67 is basically trash / should not have been graded to begin with and anything graded above, I think, a 63 will always have it.

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