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1847 $5 Bank of Virginia, Richmond VA, obsolete note
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This is a November 9, 1847 $5 Bank of Virginia, Richmond VA, obsolete note in GOOD condition. The paper shows it's age. See picture.
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GRADING SCALE FOR CURRENCY:
CHOICE CRISP UNCIRCULATED (CHOICE CU)-63- A nice new Note but not quite Gem. Centering may be a little off. May show some aging or light counting smudges or wrinkles.
CRISP UNCIRCULATED (CU)-60- No trace of circulation. Can have centering problems, pin holes, counting smudges, wrinkles, close margins, or a corner tip fold (not into design).
ALMOST UNCIRCULATED (AU)-50- (Almost new) These will be much the same as a "new" Note except for a single fold or several corner folds.
EXTRA FINE (EF)-40- Circulated; may have some folds; still has some crispness.
VERY FINE (VF)-20- Some circulation; may show several folds and will have lost some of its crispness and color.
FINE (F)-12- Well-circulated with little crispness remaining; edges may be rough.
VERY GOOD (VG)-8- Will be fairly well-soiled; may be significantly worn; might have roughness around the edges with only minute problems.
GOOD (G)-4- A Note that is badly worn, with margin or body tears, frayed margins, and missing corners.
FAIR (FR)-2/ABOUT GOOD (AG)-2- Folding holes or tears in the fold and may have pieces of the Note missing. This is in addition to the GOOD-4 grading.
POOR (P)-1- Is just recognizable as to what the Note is.
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