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mike1999
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« on: January 04, 2020, 11:40:59 am »

In the 32th edition 2020 Catalog Charlton standard (french edition), on page 332:
BC-67c -- 5$ -- 2011 -- Macklem-Carney: HAF 10,000,000 (unc 9$)
BC-67c -- 5$ -- 2011 -- Macklem-Carney: HAH 10,000,000 (unc 60$)

Question: which are the criteria to evaluate the price of a bill?  I thought that it was the quantity printed, that not seems to be the case here.  Please enlighten me.
friedsquid
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« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2020, 10:04:28 am »

In the 32th edition 2020 Catalog Charlton standard (french edition), on page 332:
BC-67c -- 5$ -- 2011 -- Macklem-Carney: HAF 10,000,000 (unc 9$)
BC-67c -- 5$ -- 2011 -- Macklem-Carney: HAH 10,000,000 (unc 60$)

Question: which are the criteria to evaluate the price of a bill?  I thought that it was the quantity printed, that not seems to be the case here.  Please enlighten me.

Although a print quantity may be the same for a prefix the amount that have been found (seen) is what
Really makes the difference.
Were some of the notes not released?
Were some of the notes recalled or not distributed for one reason or another?
In the case of modern replacements for example a quantity of a 1k snr for example
Does not mean that 1000 notes were found as it
Is a range of which the notes could exist
If you check the catalogue you will find other examples ...
And of course supply and demand is also always a factor

« Last Edit: January 05, 2020, 10:08:08 am by friedsquid »



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