1963 PF Pcgs67 Super Toned

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Cazador, Jul 25, 2021.

  1. Cazador

    Cazador Well-Known Member

    This is not the coin!!!! But the coin that i would like to purchase is similar to this one. I was not able to get a picture but the one i am considering is the dark blue like the perimeter of the coin in the picture. Both sides of this coin are the same dark color. It looks absolutely beautiful! But is it worth $300 the seller will not take anything less. I love it but don’t want to waste my cash. ???? Hope everyone is having a great day. upload_2021-7-25_9-47-57.png
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  3. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Pass, that’s what I’d do.
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  4. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error expert "in Training "

    Doesn't look real (toned naturally )and How Much !! I'l Pass also . :(
  5. chascat

    chascat Well-Known Member

    Went into the bluing with the gun barrel.
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  6. Mac McDonald

    Mac McDonald Well-Known Member

    If yours (not this one) is also PCGS, go ahead if you feel it's worth it...but if it's raw, don't touch it. For me, even if PCGS, wouldn't be worth it, but to each their own.
  7. Cazador

    Cazador Well-Known Member

    The coin is slabbed from PCGS PF 67
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  8. Cazador

    Cazador Well-Known Member

    It is slabbed by PCGS at PF67
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  9. Captain Sully

    Captain Sully Member

    I don't think I wolul invest in this coin. I have purchased a few for very reasonable prices. I just got a silver bar hand poured for $27.90 an oz. I would spend that $300 on a silver object. As you know, I think Silver is going to roof out soon. Know some of. you disagree, but.
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  10. Beardigger

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  11. Mr.Q

    Mr.Q Well-Known Member

    If it were a 1950 D I would jump on it. $300 on a '63, not me. Only my opinion, good luck.
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  12. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    Worth it ? I once saw 1 like your picture at Las Vegas coin show priced at $500 raw. I think the toning is real. Would I pay $300 ? No. Maybe $150.
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  13. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Supporter! Supporter

    Collecting is as much about what you really like and want, than what fills your collection, so if YOU love it, and others like it aren't available, I'd go for it and be happy, even if I over paid. Just me I guess.
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  14. Millard

    Millard Coindog

    PCGS says in Proof 69 its worth about $40. Any value attributed to the toning is highly subjective. I'd steer clear.
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  15. Mike Thorne

    Mike Thorne Well-Known Member

    Looks like there's consensus in the comments you've gotten: Spend your money on something else.
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  16. ddddd

    ddddd Member

    This type of toning is fairly well known on proof Jefferson nickels from the late 1950s through the 1960s (and occasionally other years). Some have also been created artificially. With some of these it is not as easy to tell (unless you've owned them in the original packaging since the 1950s/60s). The grading companies will usually grade them as market acceptable but I've also seen some return as "questionable color."

    I like the look and have owned several over the last few years. I've bought raw examples (of varying degree of toning) for under $5 and graded in the $45-$90 range. I've sold them in the $15-$150 range (with most averaging closer to $60).

    The market has been hotter since I sold my last one but I would still think $300 is too high for a PR 67 example. Keep looking and you should be able to find one at $150 or less. If you are willing to buy a raw or details graded example, then you could find them in the $20-$60 range.

    This one sold for $56.89. To me it's just as attractive as the straight graded example in the original post but cost a fraction of the price. It might even straight grade on a future attempt (if someone wanted to try).


  17. ddddd

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  18. love old coins

    love old coins Well-Known Member

    That's an attractive coin to me but don't think I'd want to spend that much for one...but it's not up to me, it's all about what you really want and whether or not you want to look around for a less expensive one or you just owe it to yourself to splurge and get the coin.
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