Buying and selling
Currency, Non-Sports Cards, and Action Figures
WE WILL BE AWAY FROM AUGUST 26 UNTILL SEPTEMBER 6
ALL INQUIRIES AND ORDERS WILL BE COMPLETED THEN.
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We just purchased a very nice Ole' Time Collection of $1
Silver Certificates. Many blocks 1928 - 1957-B
The entire collection is now listed under the "Seals " Section
If there are items that you are looking for on our site but cannot find, please contact us via email or phone. Oftentimes items do not make it to the website listings due to us filling our customers’ “want lists” first. If you would like to send us your want list, we would be happy to add your list to our search.
First City Currency & Collectables goal
is to give the best possible service at competitive prices.
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Before making any purchases, please read our grading standards below carefully. These grades are guaranteed to meet the minimum 3 rd party garding services for grade . Example : Gem CU will be at least GEM 65
Gem CU Four sharp corners, security strip may have a flaw in the margin, average
to above average centering, superb paper quality, minor smears.
CHCU (Choice Crisp Un-circulated) Up to 2 corners may have a bend, security
strip may be crimped.
CU (Crisp Un-circulated) Can have soft or bent corners, some light handling,
counting crease, ATM colored ink on edges and margin.
AU (Almost Uncirculated) One light to moderate centerfold, heaving counting
crease, or handling.
XF (Extra Fine) May have 2 or 3 quarter folds, and a horizontal fold. Still very
crisp with some circulation.
VF (Very Fine) Retains some crispness, evenly circulated, fairly clean note.
F (Fine) An average well circulated note with some rigidity. Can have writing,
small tears in the margins.
VG (Very Good) Well circulated but whole, limp, soiled with some writing and tears.
G (Good) Can have tears and pieces missing.