Discussion in 'Banknotes' started by mmm....shiney!, Jun 3, 2012.
Is almost Very Fine really just a note in Fine condition, but a high quality specimen?
quality or thickness
Another way of describing it would be "Fine+" (but "aVF" is a much more optimistic way of looking at it).
It's almost Very Fine when the dealer sells it, but Fine+ when you sell it to a dealer.
Ok here's another one. I remember reading something about pin holes but I can't find it any more.
I am currently reading the description of a banknote and it says:
So does that mean if it didn't have pinholes it would be fine, or, it's got pinholes but it is still graded as fine?
It is a damged note, but besides the damage it is fine!
Should be re-rated!
The pin holes reduce the value of an otherwise fine note!
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