Yes indeed and I can now see this as the thread expanded. I have learned a whole lot now that I have read the posts since I posted earlier. And I can...
Sorry, I just could not see past the corrosion with my tired old eyes.
ANACS will attribute this on their label as long as the error fees are paid for and designation requested. I believe ICG will do the same.
@Marshall Could you provide us with a link to this coin? Maybe we can figure out if the seller is legit by some of online info. (Maybe)
Dunno either. Maybe looking for the rest of us to report it as a fake also?
Why that's easy Kurt. It's from Philly and someone was allowed to bring in a rock tumbler to play with on breaks.
Wouldn't it be amazing to look back in time and see if this fell out of some soldiers pocket while encamped on the banks of the Delaware.
Possibly a minor struck through at the 8th pillar, but pic is really too far away to be sure.
I could not say if it is a fake or not but with that much corrosion, there's no reason not to believe it was a dug coin. @paddyman98 is digging up...
Some of the best eagles were actually on pattern coins, but I have no preferences.
I could be wrong but looks like a struck through. If so I would keep it, but that's me. As long as you did not over pay for it. But HOW could that...
I could have some fun with that, BUT, it is a family oriented site.
Nice example but once grading costs are factored in, you would likely never recover your costs if you decided to sell. Best left in an Airtite or...
I'll third that-die crack.
With ping pong balls of course.;);)
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