Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Avery G., Feb 16, 2020.
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What are you waiting for? Send it in for authentication right away. No sense in waiting for responses. You always disagree with them anyway.
You are looking at at worn nickel. Here is a fantastic site for errors.
I wish you well, please read these links, I promise it will help. Unfortunately I don’t see anything here other than a worn, circulated 35% nickel.
You're overthinking too many anomalies that don't really exist. ~ Chris
Really? Please post the findings of the coin show experts.
the only anomaly I saw was a shadow of John Wilkes Booth on the Monticello back
I hope you do....but I doubt you will. You will be told the same thing you have been told here, or you will be told some BS from a uninformed dealer. If they tell you it’s worth a bunch of money, ask them to buy it ... I doubt they will, they will give you some excuse why they can’t. The folks here have nothing to gain for your coins. NOTHING! There are so many experts here, I feel privileged to be a small part of the conversation. Best wishes!
well told! when ever I need untainted info I get it here. 3-4 days ago thought I'd bought a rare gold coin in 5 minutes found it to be a fake glad!! I would never want to sell a fake kills the joy of collecting Bad ju-ju!
check Paddy he's the ace on errors. It will quick and short no problem it's all about the coin
The LAW dag gummint.
honestly, read what you are typing. It’s very foolish.
also, want to know what’s up with your coins? Stop looking at coins and start reading. People have given you links to educate yourself, but that’s too much work isint it? I guess it’s easier to go bother some dealer who is trying to put food on his family’s table with your garbage coins.
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