Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Eduard, Aug 12, 2020.
(This one is actually real)
Post your 1909-s vbs's !
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Nice share @Eduard! Is your coin graded or raw? (Picture looks raw, but could be misleading)
My 1914-D came from a lucky bulk bag find in 2006. It subsequently went XF40 at PCGS.
It's raw, but looks like a very nice (MS?) example? I'm not 100% sure on the color, but I think that's OK. Looks to have some slight woodgrain striations.
I got it from a B&M auction back in 1988 (or thereabouts) described as MS with woodgrain effect.
I can agree with that. If you ever sell it, however, I would recommend certification, to maximize your return.
That's pretty much what I said at the time! In fact, I think those were my exact words! Woke up my sleeping wife!
@bradgator2 ...... Mine has some rim damage which made it affordable. I remember thinking I had reached the pinnacle of collecting when I bought this one.
That really made me laugh. Good one!
Wow, Larry.... You don't find that second 09-S, VDB to be really nice?
They both look nice to me!
If I did my homework after getting into coins again after 30 years I would probably have one. I just bought way to many rolls an such off ebay. Not alot of money on the so called "unsearched" but enough to add up over a short time.
I should of bid better and been more patient..
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