So, he's well known but not well liked. LOL
He sure has a lot of negative reviews. I wonder how many people didn't even know they got ripped off.
I can agree with that :wacky:
It's either corroded/cleaned or acid treated. Check out his negative feedback.
BTW, it's Roosevelt
Not cuds, damage
Can you take pics with it out of the holder?
I think the guy is shady. He had an Indian Cent that obviously was cleaned. It happened a coin I wanted an 1890 1 in neck. I asked him why he...
That's what I thought it was. Thanks
Weight: 380 grains (24.6 grams) 40% silver
I let the guy/gal know that it could be a fake in a non-PCGS holder. This is his/her reply:
I honestly don't know it is exactly how I got it
Are rotated reverses known for this rarity?
Doesn't look like the same coin to me
Do you think the booger under her nose is solder?
I saw that. That's why I included a pic. ;)
So, that is solder and not rim cuds? They sure look like they are part of the coin.
There's a lot more going on here than just the cud. Maybe it's because it's a late die state. The cracks, flow lines and rim cuds are nothing like...
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