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Thank you. I certainly will!
I have been putting together a set of the 1815 and 1825 Bust quarters with the "E" and "L" counterstamps.
Anyone have any info on these?
Yes. Over four years ago.
Perfect for the grade!
This thread is almost four years old. I don't think many are following it anymore.
Not quite sure how to PM you either. ;-)
Tim, You might want to start a fresh post as this one is almost two years old.
This post is over two years old.....
Again, Just normal wear and tear.
The 1964 cent exhibits normal wear and tear for it's age. The 1995 cent's copper coating has reacted with it's environment and tarnished. It's...
Sounds like a normal cent that has been mutilated in some way. We see them all the time.
I've been kept awake every ni9ght for a year just waiting to see this coin slabbed and grading MS69.
What is the series and what is the condition ?
If it is a newer note it will have little or no worth over face value unless you can find a person...
That's because I have them all.
So what did they grade it? I graded it MS 62.
A weak strike and well worn. No extra collector value.
You might get more responses if you start a post separately.
I called it a 62 as I couldn't find any wear on it at all but the shininess made me think it might have been rubbed lightly with a soft cloth that...
So if it had not been a Proof would they have labeled it "Business Strike- Details"?
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