FAQ's for  Selling/Appraisal/Identification

I have a note. What is it worth/ Do you appraise?
I have a note. Will you identify it for me?
I have a note. Do you buy?
Can you help me locate a dealer, I wish to buy/sell and or desire an appraisal involving paper money?
 
 
I have a note. What is it worth/ Do you appraise?
We are unable to appraise your note(s). Please do not send us images, descriptions, or actual notes requesting appraisal. We recommend clients research material in reference books (see elsewhere in FAQ's for some suggested reference guides), attend trade shows, or consult other dealers. Items arriving unexpectedly and or unsolicited, without clear or familiar return address, or with high insurance values, may be refused or returned unopened.
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I have a note. Will you identify it for me?
Please do not send us images, descriptions, or actual notes requesting identification information. We recommend clients research material in reference books (some of which are suggested elsewhere in our FAQ's section), attend trade shows, or consult other dealers ideally in person. Items arriving unexpectedly and or unsolicited, without clear or familiar return address, or with high insurance values, may be refused or returned unopened.
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I have a note. Do you buy?
While we do purchase individual notes and collections, this website is not to be construed as a solicitation to buy such material. Call first and get express approval before sending any item(s) for an offer. Items arriving unexpectedly, without clear or familiar return address, or with high insurance values, may be refused or returned unopened.
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Can you help me locate a dealer, I wish to buy/sell and or desire an appraisal involving paper money?
While the phonebook is often the easiest starting point, we suggest first seeing if their is a reputable PCDA dealer available in your vicinity and or specializing in the type of material you have or seek. Attending paper money trade shows or larger coin shows also can be useful in finding a dealer you can be comfortable with.

    Visit the Professional Currency Dealers Association website.

 

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