60 coins total for $360 delivered via USPS Priority Mail in the US. Mixed mint marks with mostly Philadelphia pieces but a good number of S & D...
P.S. Very attractive for the grade.
Very nice piece! F12.
Even if it wasn't altered, and it looks like it has been, it would not be worth much in that condition.
15 & 62+ sounds good to me. Congratulations!
Looks MS65BN but by the thread title I'll say AU58.
I see what a you are saying but my first thought was an altered 1911-D too.
A MS63BN '11-D is a $100 coin. If it went 64BN then $200. Well...
I like #2 much better. Of course that is based on these images alone and might change after seeing both pieces in-hand.
Looks like a couple rubs so I'll go AU58. A touch of verdigris on E in CENT needs removal. Nice looking IHC!
Thanks Mark. I took another look at the Browning book. I think you're right.
Can you attribute this 1831 CBQ? Browning-3 is an R-5 and I think this might be one but am not sure.
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Thanks. They are asking Greysheet MS63 prices and since they're mostly common dates, that averages a little over $50/each.
I'll be examining...
I have the opportunity to buy a large lot of Morgan/Peace dollars in old Accugrade photocert holders (see pic below).
I have purchased...
At least I could finish reading it here. CU poofed this baby mid-sentence!
AU50 from my monitor.
It a solid 63. 64 maybe if the luster is strong.
ANACS grades these also and no membership is required. If you want to use NGC, go the ANA route.
P.S. These need to look "near perfect" with...
$70 within 12 months.
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