Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Bellainvtori, Oct 23, 2019.
How much do these go for? Are they worth collecting?
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The only thing for sure is that you need to learn more about numismatics and the minting process.
You're in trouble now! Where's the grammar police? @cpm9ball- Have you seen @paddyman98? Just kidding, just kidding!
Still a nice coin! I'll go 5 cents.
Don't be sosure...
For circulation damage. Face value.
LoL!! I was just thinking that!!
Maybe but I’d like to see a new member any way we can get them. We’ll train then when we get them. Remember we were all newbs at one point.
@Bellainvtori ...to help you on your next post, try a better title.
F’rinstance, for this post...in what way is the ear in error? So, you might title the post as follows: “1945 D penny has cauliflower ear”...or some such. Let us know what you are thinking about the coin in question...just a suggestion.
Wheats in this condition have wear and environmental damage and have no real appeal. Currently normal wheats similar to this one grade around XF40, are worth 10 to 15 cents but will only sell to a LCS (local coin store) for 2 cents. The exceptions are key dates or coins in much better state of wear. Wheats are very common and plentiful...the mint made umpteen billions from 1909 to 1958...Spark
If your only interested in making money you're definitely in the wrong hobby! Take the time to learn numismatics and what is valuable and what isn't. There are many opportunities for you if you know what you're doing, take your time and read some of the many references available for purchase and for free. It may take some time but you'll be better off in the long run. Try "A Guide Book of United States Coins by R S Yeoman" to begin with, and coneca.com, varietyvista.com and several others. Most importantly have fun!
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