2007 $1 Pirates Black Pearl Disney Dollar Pcgs 65ppq Disneyland Eb Series

2007 $1 Pirates Black Pearl Disney Dollar Pcgs 65ppq Disneyland Eb Series

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2007 $1 Pirates Black Pearl Disney Dollar Pcgs 65ppq Disneyland Eb Series:

2007$1Pirates ofthe Caribbean - Black PearlDisney DollarEB Series 20th Anniversary of Disney Dollars PCGS 65 PPQ Disneyland It Seems To Be The Perfect Marriage For The Collecting Enthusiast. Over Two Decades Of Disney Dollars Featuring Everyone's Favorite Mouse And A Group Of His Closest Friends And The Premier Coin And Currency Grading Company On The Planet. PCGS Graded Disney Dollars Are A Relatively New Phenomenon But They Continue To Grow In Popularity By The Day. Start Your Collection Today And Visit PCGS Currency's Website To See About Registering Your Set For Free And Joining In The Friendly Collecting Competition. You are offerding ona2007 $1Pirates of the Caribbean Black Pearl EBDisney Dollar. This particularDisney Dollarhas been graded by PCGS Currency as65 PPQ. With the 40thanniversary of Walt Disney World in Florida upon us and countless new Disney Classics on the horizon, Disney Collectibles and these Disney Dollars Can only go higher. Please judgefor yourself the quality of this Disney Dollar. If you would like another scan or photo, I would gladly email it to you. Just contact me through and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Also please check my other sales for a large number of other Disney Dollars, coins and notes! The History Of The Disney Dollar The idea of Disney Dollars first started when Harry Brice, a silhouette cutter on Main Street in Disneyland was visiting a Disneyana(Disney Collectors) Convention. After sharing his idea with an associate, ideas were discussed and the design process was set into motion. Some of the original ideas were to create “a three dollar bill with a picture of the Three Pigs or a seven dollar bill with the Dwarfs”. The first rendering of the Disney Dollar was created as an advertisement tool. The designs were eventually finalized then illustrated by the Creative Service Illustrator Matt Mew. The printing was done by EPI of Battlecreek, Michigan. They were known for high quality printing using intaglio steel engraving. This printing process along with using special 100% cotton paper, "gives the bills the look and feel of real money".Disney Dollars were released in 1987; the first series was the A series released at DisneyWorld and Disneyland. The bills stated, "May Be Used As Legal Tender Only At Disneyland". Shortly thereafter both the D series and the 1987A series were released with "May Be Used As Legal Tender Only At Disneyland and Disneyworld" Disney printed 870,000 of the original series for the May 5, 1987 release at both parks.The "1987A" bill first noticed on September 9, 1987 at Disneyland and a new D series became available on October 2, 1987 at DisneyWorld. Each bill was series "A" or "D". The former created for Disneyland in Anaheim, California (hence the "A"), and the latter "D" for Walt Disney World in Florida. New Disney dollars have been produced every year since 1987 except 1992 and 2004. Information On The PCGS Currency Grading Scale

There are Numerous Grades Below What Is Listed Here But We Do Not Deal In Those Grades

Perfect New 70 The “70” grade is essentially a perfect note. The note will be entirely original, with broad, perfectly even margins on all four sides, sharp corners, bright colors, outstanding eye appeal, and literally perfect paper quality with no trace of even the smallest fault. Perhaps only the most modern notes will attain this grade, and even then it will be a rare occurrence. Superb Gem New 69

A “69” will be nearly as perfect as a “70”, but some very minor fault such as a barely measurable imperfection in the centering or a tiny, almost unnoticeable crinkle in the paper will keep such a note from absolute perfection.

Superb Gem New 68

A “68” is basically as nice and as close to perfection as a “69”, but a minor fault may be present, including a tiny handling mark, an edge bump, or a very small counting crinkle. Otherwise, a “68” will be flawless, with excellent centering, bold colors, excellent eye appeal, and full originality. Despite the mention here of trivial flaws, one should remember that a “68” is an essentially perfect note. It is the highest grade that can reasonably be expected for many series, including most large size type notes.

Superb Gem New 67

A “67” will be the highest possible grade for many series, as even most essentially perfect notes will sometimes reveal a minor fault upon close examination. A “67” should have broad margins for the issue, with centering that is nearly perfect to the naked eye. The colors and eye appeal should be bold and attractive, and the originality should be unquestionable. Bold embossing (where applicable) must be evident. One or more tiny handling marks may be present, an edge or corner bump may be noted, or there may be a tiny counting crinkle evident, but any fault that is distracting to the naked eye or that detracts from the overall appearance will prohibit a note from attaining the Superb grade.

Gem New 66

This grade level signifies a note that is superior to an “average” Gem note, but that can’t quite reach the Superb level because of some minor fault such as a counting crinkle, handling mark, or corner bump. A “66” may have terrific centering but just not the broad margins of a Superb grade, or it may be a broadly margined example that is just a tiny bit off center. A “66” should retain full originality, although the embossing may not be quite as strong as on a Superb Gem. The colors and eye appeal should still be well above average.

Gem New 65

A Gem note is one that at first glance appears perfect. After examination, however, one or more minor faults may be noticed that keep the note from attaining a higher grade. Such minor faults may include a counting crinkle, minor edge handling, faint handling marks or finger smudges, or very minor rounding of the corners. The centering should be well above average, although minor imperfections in the centering are permissible if the margins are broad. Embossing may or may not be present, but notes at this grade level will not receive the “PPQ” label if they are not fully original. An otherwise Superb note that has been pressed or is flat with no embossing may receive a “65” grade without the “PPQ” modifier. Notes in this and any New grade will, of course, have absolutely no folds or bends. It should be stressed that although notes at this grade will (by definition) be less than perfect, they will still be above average notes that may appear to the average viewer to be pristine.

Very Choice New 64

“64” is an intermediate grade reserved for notes that are better than Choice New but that don’t quite reach the Gem grade. Such notes may have minor faults such as a couple of unobtrusive counting marks, ink or handling smudges, a single pinhole, or a rounded corner tip. The centering or margins will be better than average but may fall just short of that required for the Gem grade. It will still be an above average note, should have good eye appeal, and should not have any major blemishes or faults that are readily evident. A note at this grade level that receives the “PPQ” designation will likely have margins or centering that are slightly narrow or off center, but will possess complete originality.

Choice New 63

A Choice note will be strictly New, with no folds or bends that indicate circulation. The paper quality and eye appeal will be slightly above average for the issue, and any flaws present will be minor in nature. Imperfect centering is acceptable at this grade level, although any note with severe centering problems (with the design of the note touching the edge at one or more margins) cannot attain this grade. Counting crinkles or handling marks are acceptable, as is a frayed corner or two. One or two pinholes may be present. No folds or bends may reach into the design of the paper, although a light corner bend that does not extend into the design may be present. A note that otherwise appears Gem New but has flat paper surfaces may merit this grade. Complete originality is again required for the “PPQ” designation, although at this grade level some other problem such as poor centering or minor handling will be present.

New 62

A note at this grade level will remain fully New with no folds or bends, but a couple of corner folds that do not reach into the design may be present. Counting crinkles and handling marks are acceptable, as long as they are not overly distracting. A partial bend or pinch that does not extend through the entire width of the note may cause it to be designated a “62” or lower. A note with severe centering problems may fall into this grade, as may notes with flat paper surfaces or minor paper toning.

New 61

Most notes that fall into this grade will do so because of a combination of faults, some of which may be severe. Corner folds (not into the design) may be present, as may signs of paper toning, handling, counting marks, smudges, pinholes, or other problems. A “61” will typically either be poorly centered with other minor faults, or will be a technically New note with no folds but that has a combination of minor faults that prevent a higher grade.

New 60

A “60” note will remain strictly uncirculated with absolutely no folds or bends that extend into the design. Notes at this grade level typically will have one or more significant faults that detract from the note’s appearance, such as slight loss of color, paper toning, minor foxing, two or more corner folds, flat and lifeless paper, pinholes, or a small staining spot or two. Any note with a major problem will be placed into a PCGS Currency “Apparent” grade holder with the problem described. A note in this grade will be generally unattractive, although it will technically be New or “uncirculated”.

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