Looks more like a VF35
Since I work for DLRC, I can tell you that would be an absolute NO. Never. Our weekly auctions are breaking records as well. You should take a look!
The 1907 High Relief Wire Edge NGC MS65 sold for $46,000 at DLRC this Sunday. Opening bid was $44,500. There were two bidders.
All missed information can be corrected. I vividly recall watching one of my 1809 Capped Halves end on eBay about 13-14 years ago. I was expecting...
Nah nah. I told you to cherry-pick me but not tell me about it is all! Lol
These did not turn out well, did they? :sorry::muted:
I spent over 5k with him. Mainly on a 1885 MS65 seated half.
I had two seated quarters pulled but didn’t buy either. They were too much. So I’m not sure if that was me or not!
I was there yesterday for 2.5 hours buying for David Lawrence Rare Coins. Wish I knew you were there and we could’ve met! I also bought a stack of...
This has been their policy for a couple years now, though. So it wasn’t the new owners.
Same thing happened to me when I submitted a 1795 dollar. Had VF details, but had corrosion removed, pitting, whizzed, and had been re-toned. NGC...
NGC no longer encapsulates Altered Surface coins. My understanding is that they no longer want their brand attached to such heavily “worked”...
DLRC has a NGC MS65 High Relief wire edge coming to auction soon.
I certainly wish a new grading service would come forward! With established, professional names already behind it.
Most of these will come back cleaned or polished, unfortunately. The 1892 & 1903 look polished.
I’m a dealer, and I’d pay $550 because I know for an absolute fact I can probably get $750-$900 out it in the current market. Details coins are...
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