2020 $5 and $10 bundles

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Jay Llewellyn
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2020 $5 and $10 bundles

Post by Jay Llewellyn » Wed Feb 17, 2021 9:02 pm

I have several sequenced uncirculated 2000 $5 and $10 bundles of 100. What is the worth? I looked up on site but not sure worth as not certified. They still have banding from the Bank of Canada. is there a point to get each certified or the entire bundle ?

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Re: 2020 $5 and $10 bundles

Post by momomomo » Thu Feb 18, 2021 10:49 am

These are recent. Not worth much more than face value unless you find any special serial numbers. :Lecture:

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Re: 2020 $5 and $10 bundles

Post by beachcow » Thu Feb 18, 2021 1:55 pm

In my opinion, not everything needs to be graded by a third party grading company. This really only benefits the TPGs. :P
There are certainly exceptions but it is a waste of money for relatively common notes. Most people would be best served by learning to grade themselves. Obviously this takes practice to gain confidence.

Sorry to get off on a tangent on your post.
No, don't get them graded.
Yes, please share the prefix for each bundle.
No, there is no premium because there is 100 in sequence.


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