Fractional currency
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Recently acquired  Fr. 1244. The only distractions that I can see is the reverse not being centered. And the top left corner under magnification is not square. My pictures aren't the greatest. No wrinkles no scuffs and no folds. It shows some handling to the naked eye.

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Thanks for the new pic of the front.

Based on the new pics I think 64 is a longshot and from what I've seen that's the number you'd needed to hit to cover the grading fees. If it were to grade 64 EPQ it would be around a $200 note, if it's me I would just buy the note graded and not take the chance or just leave it and stick it in a nice top load holder and enjoy it as is.

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Thanks Mike. I picked it up on eBay for less than $30. I try to find those good deals. I thought it would be worth at least 4 times over what I bid. I'm new to these fractionals.

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On 8/15/2021 at 12:44 PM, Big Timmy said:

Thanks Mike. I picked it up on eBay for less than $30. I try to find those good deals. I thought it would be worth at least 4 times over what I bid. I'm new to these fractionals.

For under $30 you did good.(thumbsu

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