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Unfortunately I think my short stint of collecting currency is over.  I know my relationship with PMG is over.  I tried to roll over a 1896 $5 rated 67 by PCGS and they sent it back.  Totally Understand that because I also have a $5 that is PMG rated 66 and I compared them thoroughly under a microscope and It's really just a judgement call on which one is better. Not mad.  Today I just got news that an 1896 $1 that was rated 64 by another company they gave a 55.  Absolutely crazy!  I have a PMG 58 and it's not even in the same discussion of which one is better.  I don't believe that it's a 64 but 62 at the very worst!  So if anyone wants any 1899s or 1896s you can look me up on the registry of silver certificates and star notes.  I think I'm in 4th with only 4% added and that's not even close to what I have.  No pictures are up but I will send them if you want.  I started in March and I think I'm officially done in July.  I always suspected this rating stuff was just an opinion.  Now I know it's completely bogus and I'm not wasting anymore money on a corrupt hobby!  I can think of alot better things to spend $273,000 dollars on since march!  OUT

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