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Hello @luckyrollers, thank you for contacting us. Unfortunately, PMG cannot advise if notes are worth sending in for grading or if grading will have an impact on their value. Many collectors have notes graded with the intent to sell the notes, while others use the service to authenticate the note and have them protected in the encapsulation holder. For current or anticipated values, we recommend checking online to get an idea of what that type of note sells for or having them appraised by a reputable currency dealer.   Kindly keep in mind that PMG does not buy, sell, or value notes in any way.

Should you decide to submit the notes for grading, you will need to determine a declared value for each note. The value we ask for is an insurance value, an amount you would feel comfortable with in terms of a replacement value should your item get lost or damaged during the process. Each tier of service covers up to a maximum specified insurance level, select the tier of service which will accommodate the declared value for your item.  Current services and fees can be viewed online at PMG Services & Fees | PMG (pmgnotes.com).

If you have any other questions, please let us know.  Thank you! 

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