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IBNS Journal 60-1

Includes articles on: First Bank of Finland Banknotes; Taiwan's Triple Stimulus Vouchers; 1821 Greek War of Independence Bonds; Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, London and China, Ceylon Branch 1857-1884. Login to download your copy.

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IBNS Grading Standards

Article Index
IBNS Grading Standards
Grading Guide - Uncirculated
Grading Guide - About Uncirculated
Grading Guide - Extremely Fine
Grading Guide - Very Fine
Grading Guide - Fine
Grading Guide - Very Good
Grading Guide - Good
Grading Guide - Fair
Grading Guide - Poor

 

GOOD (G): A well worn and heavily used note. Normal damage from prolonged circulation will include strong multiple folds and creases, stains, pinholes, and/or staple holes, dirt, discoloration, edge tears, center hole, rounded corners and an overall unattractive appearance. No large pieces of the note may be missing. Graffiti is commonly seen on notes in Good condition.

Example - GOOD note