PMG launches new ‘clearer’ holder

Paper Money Guaranty (PMG) recently announced a new banknote holder that’s “significantly more transparent” than its previous holders.

PMG CEO Steven Eichenbaum said the new holder – made of “high-quality inert materials” – will offer “superior optics that dramatically enhance the presentation of encapsulated notes.”

“The PMG holder is simply the best holder on the market to preserve notes for future generations,” said Eichenbaum. “Its new design builds upon the industry-leading features previously established by PMG, raising the bar for the display and protection of collectible paper money.”

The holder was subjected to months of testing to ensure its suitability for long-term preservation and protection of notes. What’s more, it boasts several security features designed to protect against counterfeiting and tampering.

The new holder is the third design produced by PMG since the company was founded in 2005. It will launch in conjunction with the Whitman Baltimore Spring Expo on March 31-April 2. All notes submitted to PMG at that show, as well as all notes sent to PMG’s Sarasota, Fla. headquarters on or after April 4, will be encapsulated in the new holder.

For more information, visit PMGnotes.com or call 877-PMG-5570.

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