Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by rosethe, Jul 4, 2020.
Please, anyone care to give a grade to this 31-S cent? Thank you all.
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EDIT. Also, take the coin out of the holder for better pics.
Sorry, I thought the little spots on the coin was from the cardboard in 2x2's. That and the white background made it look like it.
I can see how you'd think this. It is just laying on the insert. I'll have to find that one again and take a better look.
Thank you Idhair for the generous grading.
Wow. 700 rolls. Please tell me more about the 55-S.
Nice coin. The lighting makes it hard to pin a grade on it.
Did you buy it or find it?
Edit: I can't delete posts and just saw that's your Pops in the pic..
I wish my Father were around to experience Coin Talk, computers, Ebay etc. It would have given him so much enjoyment to talk about coins with people. It just didn't exist back then. I remember going to coin shows with him when I was a child. I had no idea how extensive his collection was/is. He's been gone almost 20 years now, hard to believe. I'm just trying to do the right thing with his collection.
Thanks Idhair, how does one go about doing the acetone baths? I use acetone in my profession, I've got the gallon. How long in the bath? How do you remove it? Or let it evap off?
What is the history with that date? I have so much to learn, I can't get up-to-speed on absolutely everything....yet...
Don't use acetone. Just put it in a holder to protect it. I thought you knew the process.
I'd like to know the process....
@rosethe Go to the top right of the page and in the search bar type in, Proper use of acetone. Be sure to unclick the check mark on this forum only.
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