Keep us posted!
Keep us posted!
Yes, please let us know what you find out about the coin!
I'll be sure to let you know! One more question I have is when I submit it to NGC do I use the mint error option?
Major errors (IE; the 55 DDO) are usually attributed for free... call customer service and double check.
[edit: USPS is hassling me with the "how do you know it's worth that much?" argument so Im going to dealer this week to have it looked at]
Thanks for everyone's comments and suggestions.
Last edited by JP1021; 05-22-2012 at 12:04 PM.
If that is real, that looks to be one of the finest out there and you may be rather well off. However, I have a lot of suspicions and not very many confirmations. I am guessing it is a fake. A good one, but a fake. I would suggest you take it to you local dealer - not to sell it, but to have him confirm and best he can in hand that it is real before you send it in. It may save you a lot of time and worries.
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Just got back from the local dealer. He put it under his microscope and said the die scratch was there and that he felt it was genuine. Off to pcgs tomorrow!
Last edited by JP1021; 05-22-2012 at 05:23 PM. Reason: Spelling. Doh!
I hope you have a winner! Please keep us posted.
NICE COIN! Looks real to me, the fakes of these are usually pretty bad. I think 64RD.
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It is a doubleD die.
Not a double die.
oh yes, we figured this out the hard way with sending in my 1889 CC Morgan Dollar to NGC before I found you guys. I believe it was upwards of $65 to send with insurance. The penny was $26.17. And I just now noticed it's supposed to say "doubled" Ha! I seriously thought everyone just said "double die". Makes sense. Thank you!