Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Trella Davis, Sep 10, 2019.
but I think the discoloration would affect the grade...
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With a mintage of 1.8 billion, it's still quite common in circulation today- sometimes in nicer shape.
In order to have a valuable 1962 D cent, it would need to be at least MS64.
@Legomaster1 and say that you would need to have it come back at least MS66 to make it worthwhile. That is at least according to:
You can use the PCGS photograde site to help you determine the grades on your coins:
The discoloration is the least of your worries on this coin. Color isn't as big a deal (TPG's have straight graded "toned" coins since forever...) as is condition, & as already pointed out, this coin lacks the MS condition it would require to make grading feasible.
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