Not trying to overwhelm you, but at some point you'll likely want to know the basics of Peace Dollar VAM Attribution.
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For odd size coins, I simply add a foam wedge.
I think your answer is here: https://www.ngccoin.com/boards/topic/413064-1959-d-wheat-cent/
High Relief mint mark?
And I'm guessing O-108 (R.3 "Scarce") just because the 18 is higher than 30.
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The 1919 D is 100 years old! Very cool. But in that worn condition, worth under $1.
Probably not worth the expense to submit your coins to NGC or PCGS.
Instead, consider the ANACS $10/coin Special (10-coin minimum, return shipping...
Maybe you know this: Grading is only one reason to submit your coins.
You also get:
-- authentication (genuine, not a fake)
-- verified unmolested...
Births, marriage, deaths... maybe the year on each coin marks an event that is important to your Mother.
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Mostly I agree.
But there is a certain gold-plated coin that is numismatically interesting AND usually sells for more than if it's non-plated :
Agreed. But I'd prefer 90% silver, same as the original.
We'll probably have to wait for the 100th anniversary in 2048. And it'll probably be a gold...
Yes, we'd still have a Franklin half.
Just like we still have a Lincoln cent, Jefferson nickel, Roosevelt dime, and Washington quarter.
Edit: But a...
How about the 40% Silver Ike dollar? Uncirculated examples are plentiful & cheap at $10 or less.
But I bet you'd have to pay more for a...
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