The top left one certainly looks like it's got a die crack through TRVST, at least to me.
The top right one appears to have a circular scratch....
There are plenty of straight-graded dateless 1916 SLQs. I wouldn't be a bit surprised to learn that the same can happen with EAC.
Hmm. I like this one less than the previous two -- but I still can't decide whether I actually dislike it.
The other party in the deal has actually been pretty reserved about it.
Now, why would you bully that poor, oppressed, detail-challenged coin? :rolleyes:
Certainly not the poster who lied that gold went up 2% and silver went down, and might conceivably lie about other things.
Someone should start a thread about it!
Like when they pay for silver that they never receive?
Oh, and just to point out exactly how much your word is worth, here's a snapshot of...
Yep, that scent is awfully common around those parts...
But won't someone think of the poor zinc manufacturers?
Clearly, someone did. And they have the winning lobbyists.
Or, to put it another way:...
What sorts of controls and audits are in place to prevent:
1) Routing a "special" submission to a pre-selected, pre-informed set of graders
I'm a little surprised that acid could etch away half the coin's mass without altering the color more (because nickel dissolves more readily than...
Some of them probably even delivered it after receiving payment, the suckers.
You're assuming that every total is an exact tenth, but it's not. Remember, it's not just tax rates that impose non-round numbers; it's...
Nope, 50% of the time.
0.0 -> 0
0.1 -> 0
0.2 -> 0
0.3 -> 0
0.4 -> 0
0.5 -> 1
0.6 -> 1
0.7 -> 1
0.8 -> 1
0.9 -> 1
I see the usual info -- number of posts (which links to a list of posts), number of likes, last-seen (Thursday), and so on. That IS what...
And if you buy an item priced at 99 cents?
In Michigan, at 6% sales tax, it's $1.0494. Are hundredths of a cent needed for commerce?
So, how would you passivate silver in a market-acceptable way?
(quick consult with Google)
Hexavalent chromium? Ick. And if there is a way to...
No, it doesn't!
Your purchase is totaled, and tax is calculated on the total.
If I buy a $1.00 item, and tax is 6%, the total would be rounded...
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