Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by scguy, Jul 6, 2022.
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Is it yours, or are you looking to buy it?
The diagnostic for lower grades is a die clash next to her right knee (our left) that looks like an E. I’m not sure whether mine is or not, but I think it looks like it has it. It’s best visible in the first picture if you zoom in.
Just got it in the mail today! Was worried I was going to get a look alike or something but it’s the same coin that was in the pictures. I’m going to wait for a couple more opinions before I send it off but you make me optimistic!
rule out that it's the overdate.
You could be right. It could also be the angle I took that picture at. It looks less circular from the other side, but I don’t really know for sure. Caused by wear potentially?
This one is a graded example that doesn’t look too far off
If it turns out to be one, I feel like I just won the lottery! Here’s the reverse
Yeah, well, don't count your money, just yet, because no one is going to bid it as an 8/7 like that. Get it attributed, then count.
Undoubtedly! But for $35 I feel like I’m doing alright even if it isn’t one. It’s probably going to ANACS tomorrow or Monday, fingers crossed!
I’m assuming you have some experience with ANACS, do I need to pay extra for variety attribution? I believe with NGC it’s free, and that got me all confused lol
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