I'm a chemist, and I have a problem with stuff pushed as science that is just fear. Radiation is the biggest one.
They don't look like they are sealed in acrylic.
BU stands for Brilliant Uncirculated. If it is toned, it is no longer brilliant. It should be noted as TU.
MS60-MS70 are all Unc and BU (as long as they're not toned).
Probably purchased by her proud father. Someone is going to own something for the rest of their life.
Yes, if you are friends with the teller. A friend that worked at the Federal Reserve branch in SLC said that 90% of counterfeit bills accepted in...
I think if you certify enough coins, or pay a premium, you can get any descriptor you want on your slabs. No guarantee these were from the Nazis....
The 78-CC looks like the only one pushing the $300 limit. The others in the $30-$50 range.
A '44 steel cent would definitely be worth grading. Just check it with a magnet. They are notated as being struck on a foreign planchet, since in...
I have three BU rolls of 1943 cents, and I don't have the tiniest inkling of a desire to have them graded.
One of the first things I see are the sharp rims. They're not flat, but tapered up thinner at the top.
Used AND abused.
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