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1953 Malaya and british borneo queen elizabeth II $1000 dollar banknote for sale,SUPER RARE AND LOW PRICE NOW.

 

This $1000 dollar banknote is in uncirculated condition showing on the superlarge scans below,what you see is what you get.

 

This banknote is GENUINE item but not specimen or reproduction or fake type.It has tiger watermark and security threat in this note.You can bring along the banknote specialist you know to certify this banknote is genuine before purchasing.

 

This Elizabeth II $1000 dollar banknote is SUPER RARE in any condition,only six to ten copies are in the hand of collectors around the world.It had never auctioned and sold by any auction house before except for the specimen type,the specimen type was sold somewhere in the year of 2000.

 

I believe this banknote demand very high value in time to come and highly wanted by many banknote collectors.It is your great opputunity to own this SUPER RARE banknote now.

 

IM SELLING IT ONLY FOR USD$200,000 dollar only,MY PRICE HAS BEEN REVISED MORE THAN MY SELLING PRICE BEFORE THIS(PREVIOUSLY WAS USD$500,000),SUPER LOW PRICE FOR THIS SUPER RARE ITEM RIGHT NOW.YOU WILL NEVER GET IT WITH THIS PRICE AT ANYWHERE ELSE(EVEN AT EBAY AND ANY AUCTION HOUSE)IN TIME TO COME.GOOD FOR YOUR COLLECTION AND INVESTMENT FOR SURE.

 

IF YOU ARE A SERIOUS BUYER OR COLLECTOR WHO IS INTERESTED TO GET THIS ITEM FROM ME,PLEASE REPLY ME OVER HERE OR EMAIL ME AT LRWIN83@HOTMAIL.COM.I WILL RESPOND TO YOU IMMEDIATELY ONCE I READ YOUR MESSAGE OR COMMENT.

 

I accept PAYPAL payment or CASH ON SELF PICK UP ONLY IN MY COUNTRY,MALAYSIA(preferrable).

 

FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE BY UPS,DHL OR FEDEX IF PAYMENT MADE BY PAYPAL.

 

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE WITHIN A MONTH IF YOU ARE UNSATISFIED WITH THIS ITEM.

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTION REGARDING THIS ITEM,PLEASE EMAIL ME AT LRWIN83@HOTMAIL.COM

 

THANK YOU FOR VIEWING AND HAVE A NICE DAY. :ninja:;););)

 

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Maybe it's just me...but I've seen this note posted by you on every other coin website I could think of. If it's really that rare, why try and sell it through the internet; if you were to use an auction house you would have a much better chance at selling it. Not to mention people wouldn't be as worried about it being counterfeit...especially because it's uncertified.

 

As for the specimens of this...there is one on eBay right now for a few bucks...same with the 10,000 version.

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Maybe it's just me...but I've seen this note posted by you on every other coin website I could think of. If it's really that rare, why try and sell it through the internet; if you were to use an auction house you would have a much better chance at selling it. Not to mention people wouldn't be as worried about it being counterfeit...especially because it's uncertified.

 

As for the specimens of this...there is one on eBay right now for a few bucks...same with the 10,000 version.

 

Vfox,I dont want to take it to auction house to sell it becouse I dislike to deal with them and they require very high commission on this item,around 30-40% charge if this item successfully sold at there.It is not a counterfeit item becouse it has watermark in it and this watermark cannot be forged at all,more over I need to wait for such a long time and keep this item at the auction house if I wanted to sell at there,I hope you understand.You can bring the best of the best banknote specialist to certify this item before getting from me just for your safety.

 

Anyway,those specimens of this item has a little value and what you see on ebay selling for a few bucks are those counterfeit or reproduction type of this note..........................same with the 10,000 version.Just my two cents.

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Most auction houses make the buyer pay a buyer's premium, usually not higher than 20%, especially on expensive items.

 

Anyway,any item need more than 10% commission is alot for me,20% is too much for me.Im not sure why do they need higher percentage of the commission than before,maybe they need more poket money due to the economy crisis currently.

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Anyway,any item need more than 10% commission is alot for me,20% is too much for me.Im not sure why do they need higher percentage of the commission than before,maybe they need more poket money due to the economy crisis currently.

 

10% for them to advertise/promote and sell it to an audience that may actually purchase the note seems pretty good to me. Better than trolling forums trying to snag a buyer.

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IM SELLING IT ONLY FOR USD$200,000 dollar only,MY PRICE HAS BEEN REVISED MORE THAN MY SELLING PRICE BEFORE THIS(PREVIOUSLY WAS USD$500,000),SUPER LOW PRICE FOR THIS SUPER RARE ITEM RIGHT NOW.YOU WILL NEVER GET IT WITH THIS PRICE AT ANYWHERE ELSE(EVEN AT EBAY AND ANY AUCTION HOUSE)IN TIME TO COME.GOOD FOR YOUR COLLECTION AND INVESTMENT FOR SURE.

 

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This note is scarce ( not rare ). There are about 20 known pieces. At USD$200,000, at today exchange rate, it is SGD$278,243.31. Such scarce expensive note usually sold in public auction houses such as Spink Auction and some auction houses held in Singapore. Spink holds once a year auction in Singapore for banknotes from South-East Asia.

 

There is a similiar $$1000 note as listed in the coming Monetarium Singapore Coin and Banknote auction on 17 Oct 2009. The starting bid price is $60,000 SGD. To be honest, there are not many people who can afford or want to buy such an expensive banknote. If it is for investment, unless there are only 2 or 3 known pieces, I should say that it is a very good investment. If it is more than 10 pieces, do you think after buying this note, will there be someone else who is willing to pay a much higher price for the note in the years to come. Maybe we can ask ourselves, is it a good investment ? A good investment is when you buy something, there is a huge resale market and demand for it. If it is solely for collection, and felt that it is worth every cent, by all means, go for it.

 

I am not here to destroy someone else sales deal. Buyer need some form of guarantee that this note is genuine. In my opinion, such scarce and expensive note need to be PMG graded or sold by a reputatable auction house. There is a market price for this note. The market prices are usually determined in these public auction.

 

If you are serious about selling this $1000 note, you should bring it to an auction house. Let them grade and set the price for you. Hopefully, both buyer and seller will be happy with the deal. As for the commission payment, since it involved such a big sales price, you can always strike a deal with the auction house for a lower seller commission fees. I am sure they will be happy to accommodate your request.

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IM SELLING IT ONLY FOR USD$200,000 dollar only,MY PRICE HAS BEEN REVISED MORE THAN MY SELLING PRICE BEFORE THIS(PREVIOUSLY WAS USD$500,000),SUPER LOW PRICE FOR THIS SUPER RARE ITEM RIGHT NOW.YOU WILL NEVER GET IT WITH THIS PRICE AT ANYWHERE ELSE(EVEN AT EBAY AND ANY AUCTION HOUSE)IN TIME TO COME.GOOD FOR YOUR COLLECTION AND INVESTMENT FOR SURE.

 

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This note is scarce ( not rare ). There are about 20 known pieces. At USD$200,000, at today exchange rate, it is SGD$278,243.31. Such scarce expensive note usually sold in public auction houses such as Spink Auction and some auction houses held in Singapore. Spink holds once a year auction in Singapore for banknotes from South-East Asia.

 

There is a similiar $$1000 note as listed in the coming Monetarium Singapore Coin and Banknote auction on 17 Oct 2009. The starting bid price is $60,000 SGD. To be honest, there are not many people who can afford or want to buy such an expensive banknote. If it is for investment, unless there are only 2 or 3 known pieces, I should say that it is a very good investment. If it is more than 10 pieces, do you think after buying this note, will there be someone else who is willing to pay a much higher price for the note in the years to come. Maybe we can ask ourselves, is it a good investment ? A good investment is when you buy something, there is a huge resale market and demand for it. If it is solely for collection, and felt that it is worth every cent, by all means, go for it.

 

I am not here to destroy someone else sales deal. Buyer need some form of guarantee that this note is genuine. In my opinion, such scarce and expensive note need to be PMG graded or sold by a reputatable auction house. There is a market price for this note. The market prices are usually determined in these public auction.

 

If you are serious about selling this $1000 note, you should bring it to an auction house. Let them grade and set the price for you. Hopefully, both buyer and seller will be happy with the deal. As for the commission payment, since it involved such a big sales price, you can always strike a deal with the auction house for a lower seller commission fees. I am sure they will be happy to accommodate your request.

 

Hi sze323.Anyway,thanks for your advice and personal opinion.Maybe I will listen to you someday and try to sell at the spink auction house if I failed to sell it on the internet.Are you sure there is another similar note just exactly like this one going to sell at the monetarium singpore coin and banknote auction house very soon?I would think the starting bid price is quite low,more over it is in singapore dollars,please inform me what will be the final price realized after the auction end at there,so that I can sell it at the proper price which is not too low or too high.I hope to hear from you soon.Once again,thanks for your information.

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Hi sze323.Anyway,thanks for your advice and personal opinion.Maybe I will listen to you someday and try to sell at the spink auction house if I failed to sell it on the internet.Are you sure there is another similar note just exactly like this one going to sell at the monetarium singpore coin and banknote auction house very soon?I would think the starting bid price is quite low,more over it is in singapore dollars,please inform me what will be the final price realized after the auction end at there,so that I can sell it at the proper price which is not too low or too high.I hope to hear from you soon.Once again,thanks for your information.

 

At the Monetarium Auction in Singapore, unfortunately, this note ( starting bid of $60,000 SGD ) was unsold. No bids was received for this lot.

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