Note Quality: Uncirculated versus Circulated
The currency on the left is an example of uncirculated quality 25,000 Dinar banknotes. Notice that the notes are bright and clean with no blemishes or discoloration. The edges are clean and perfectly flat, and the corners are sharp with no evidence of folding or damage.
The quality of the currency on the right is circulated. Any note that does not meet the definition of uncirculated is considered circulated. The circulated bills could have just minimal wear and tear (for example, they could have been folded) or more serious wear and tear (for example, they could have been written on or sustained water damage).
Please note that we do not exchange notes that we are unable to sell due to extensive damage to the body of the note. If the notes have holes, tears, tape, burns, or are missing corners or portions of the notes, we are unable to sell them and therefore, we do not redeem them.
Examples of Uncirculated Notes
Examples of Circulated Notes