Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by jerryc39, Apr 14, 2021.
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But the 1858-O dime in EF-40 is listed in Greysheet at $125.
So, whichever it is, half-dime or dime, $52 is a decent price. But it's a much better deal if it's the dime, particularly since you have a photo of the dime.
But if what's being offered is really a half-dime, you have no photo of that coin so you don't know what you're buying.
I would not buy this coin without confirming which it is.
contacted seller to confirm that I am buying coin in picture. Have not paid for item yet.
I agree! I was there once too. I looked at the other listings and it seems that there isn't too much I am interested in but it seems to be a legitimate seller. I'm tired of a bunch of fakes on new stores on eBay.
If the seller doesn't write back to tell me it is indeed a dime and not a half dime I have not completed the sale yet and will inform e-bay of the problem with listing vs pics. Not much of a risk here. If it is the coin sent to me in the pic than I can make a few bucks.
Yes I was the winner and the seller confirmed that it was the dime in the picture.
Sounds like you got a lucky chicken dinner!
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