Enter a note’s PMG certification number (highlighted in the image) and select the PMG grade on the holder to view the note’s description in the PMG database. You can also scan a note’s QR code with your phone. This tool can help you to verify that your PMG holder is genuine and has not been tampered with. Learn more >
What is PMG Certification Verification?
This tool can help you to verify that your PMG holder is genuine and has not been tampered with. It can also be a useful starting point to research your PMG-certified note.
Simply enter a note’s PMG certification number (highlighted in the image) and grade to confirm its description and grade in PMG’s database and, if available, view images of the holdered note taken by PMG.
For notes that have a grade of 1 to 70, enter the certification number, select the numeric grade in the dropdown menu and click “Go.”
For notes that do not have a numeric grade, enter the certification number, select “Non-Numeric” in the dropdown menu and click “Go.”
You can also scan the QR code above the PMG certification number with your phone.
Every PMG-certified note is backed by the industry-leading PMG Guarantee, which provides greater protection for both buyers and sellers.
Note Grading Scale
See the full list of grades, descriptions and modifiers used by PMG to consistently and accurately evaluate a note’s condition.
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