Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by sunday13, Feb 13, 2019.
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ok. Me and my coin love "details". Can you be a little bit more explanatory? Obviously, what derives from your statement is that, in order to get " details" , I should send it in . Do you think I should send it?
I looked it up in an old coin book as Good grade, it said 20 cents catalog value. So, no, you shouldn't send it in. Old coins are fun to find... but they are not necessarily worth a lot.
The standard grading system for problem-free coins also provides "Details" grades for coins that cannot be graded normally. For example, if you had a coin that might grade EF-45, but it had some damage (like yours), it would not be given a numerical grade. Instead, it would be graded, "EF Details".
You might want to buy yourself a book that helps you learn how to grade.
Means damaged or altered.
Nice, next book. gracias, chris
I am aware about the the grading system but thank you for the link. I think I am going to get that book. Thanks @cpm9ball
About 400 pages of grading bliss ...
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