|Good||Very much wear, as VG, but more so. Graffiti on note. Small pieces of the note may be missing.|
|VG=Very Good||Much wear. Paper is limp. Tears can extend into the design. Staining possible. Discoloration possible. Hole at center caused by folding allowable. Note still looks presentable.|
|Fine||Paper is now slightly soft, considerable wear due to folds from use in circulation. Minor tears to note, not extending into the design. Clear but not bright in appearance. Staple holes but not holes due to folding.|
|VF=Very Fine||Note still attractive, but possible slight dirt or smudging, may have several horizontal and/or vertical folds. Paper remains relatively crisp. No tears, but slight wear to edges and corners is allowable.|
|XF=eXtra Fine||A banknote with one crease or up to three light folds. Paper still bright and attractive, very slight wear to corners allowed.|
|UNC=Uncirculated||Refers to a banknote that is bright and has no handling damage, such as folds or creases, nor any cuts, stains, or rounded corners.|
This page can help you identify your foreign coins! Here you will find foreign coin photos, coin values and other information useful for coin collecting. Some coins came from the coin mint, some came from coin dealers, some came from coin auction. Some are stored in coin folders, others are stored using other coin supplies. Many of these coins are silver coins and a few are gold coins. This information is useful for coin collecting software and cataloging coin types and coin values in U.S. dollars.