Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by marty priest, Mar 28, 2020.
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with the above. Great pictures though!
I started out at a 65 and then it went down hill from there with the close up photos. It's hard to give a good grade without the coin in hand.
That is true. I looked at the PCGS photograde for reference.
PCGS Photo grade is a very valuable tool when you're trying to learn about grading. Actually, invaluable in my opinion!
There are a lot of cents from the 60's that still survive in excellent condition.
Almost all of them (except for the very best, varieties and errors) are worth 1 cent.
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