MS64/MS64 OPQ Choice Uncirculated Centering can now be significantly off center. Some or all of the corners will have lost their full sharpness. There may be smudging of the ink, some minor staining, and color fading.This is still a choice quality note and any major distractions may keep it from achieving this grade. MS63/MS63 OPQ Choice Uncirculated Centering can range from poor to average, depending on the amount and severity of other flaws on the note. Flaws will be immediately noticeable in this grade with potentially rounded corners, heavier staining, faded ink, and flat design elements. There may be more pronounced pinching and minor folds, but no fold can span the length or width of the note. MS62/MS62 OPQ - Uncirculated Centering can be well off center.
There will be numerous flaws and distractions that render this note out of the choice category. Corners can be rough with some creasing, however any fold that spans from edge to edge will not be classified as uncirculated. This note may have been lightly washed and pressed but not so severely as to warrant a details grade.
MS60-61/MS60-61 OPQ- Uncirculated The same basic problems associated with a 62 but the flaws being even more numerous and severe in nature. Often a note in this low of uncirculated grade will have folds that may cause the note to be given an AU grade.AU58/ AU58 OPQ About Uncirculated A note that appears to grade uncirculated, but upon closer observation, a vertical fold, often a light centerfold, is noted. Other ways to arrive at this grade are clear corner folds that enter the design, or simply a note that while it does not have a centerfold, has clearly worn corners and edges that suggest a circulated note. Please note, a banknote with a very slight bend in the note from storage (not a clear fold), but the note is clearly crisp and new, will often still qualify for a low uncirculated grade if it does not have any other AU qualities. AU55/AU55 OPQ About Uncirculated Often a note that has two light vertical folds. A note could also grade 55 due to a more pronounced centerfold, a horizontal fold, or a combination of a light vertical fold and one or two corners with folds that enter the design.
A note with a severe center crease will often only qualify for an AU 50 grade. AU53/AU53 OPQ About Uncirculated Similar characteristics as a 55 but with slightly heavier folds and possibly a small pinhole, light staining, and more corner wear. AU50/AU50 OPQ About Uncirculated A note can obtain this grade due to a heavy and impairing centerfold, two moderate vertical folds, or a note with both a light horizontal and vertical fold. Corners may now exhibit more folds and wear can be obvious.A note could also grade AU50 if it has three extremely light vertical folds, but the rest of the note still has the general characteristics of an uncirculated piece. XF45/XF45 OPQ Extremely Fine The classic case for this grade is a note with three clear vertical folds, although not heavy in nature. There also may be a clear horizontal and vertical fold, but heavier than seen on an AU50 note. The note will still have full body, and any note with two or three severe folds will likely only qualify for an XF40 or VF35 grade. XF40/XF40 OPQ Extremely Fine Similar to an XF45 note but with heavier folds and less body. Note will start to appear more clearly circulated, including heavier wear and corner folds. VF35/VF35 OPQ Very Fine Possibly a few more folds than an XF40 note, or three or four very heavy folds.
Generally there will be less than seven folds, but if the folds are extremely light, there may be around ten folds. Paper will still be sturdy and not limp. Paper will show clear circulation with possible staining and toning typical for the grade. The item "India Persian Gulf Qatar Kuwait Oman UAE 1 rupee 1957 aUNC" is in sale since Wednesday, December 22, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Asia\India".
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