Hard to tell from such blurry photos.
However, 95% chance that it's not a DD, and worth face value.
Nice pick ups!
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Not even a single run of 320k? :D
I would pay over face, should OP list them on ebay.
SteveInTampa would also probably offer to acquire the bills.
I'll go contrary to most of the replies.
The notes are in crisp condition, and from a single run of 320k, which means that they have at least a...
MS 63 on front, MS 64 on back.
MS 63 altogether
Probably a grease filled die- a minor error. Post a separate thread next time.
It's hard to tell anything from such a blurry picture.
About weight- 5.75 seems to be within mint tolerance for a quarter.
Normal weight is 5.67...
Just looks like a well worn quarter to me...
Wait for what others have to say.
Ah, didn’t notice at first.
Thanks for sharing!
Where was the ANA convention this year?
I used the Lighthouse slabs. I believe that they are effective, but, more expensive than the airtites. I bought them for some of my better...
Yes, it's really a shame that someone tested pliers/wire cutters on the coin.
It looks at least AU.
Melt value, like everyone said- $13/$14.
Post a separate thread with pictures.
Nice finds! You may be able to sell the top low serial number note for $15-$20
Here's a 3 digit serial $1 that sold on ebay for $25:...
Post it in the ancient coins forum- they'll be able to explain.
MS 68- very nice coin!
I just voted MS 63 (before scrolling to the bottom)- great coin and amazing colour.
Unfortunately, I missed all the fun.
I keep any curiosity I encounter in change. But, when I CRH, I keep the silver, NIFCs, proofs- same as you (not that I've encountered any 90%...
It's definitely worth grading it. Show us what the TPG slab looks like when you get it back.
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