Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Willysilver, Sep 22, 2023.
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A Cent that's not a Doubled Die variety.
See the profile? Also Mechanical doubling.
You never know what a collector wants. I have been ask a few times if I am keeping certain coins.
Oh Paddy… been a while!
That's totally dishonest and sad. We don't condone crap like that here on CoinTalk.
And if anyone likes crap like that then you should be ashamed.. seriously
It's not true Numismatic etiquette.
But it is still a free world... okay, semi-free, for now.
??? Not my comment I hope? For me it’s a matter of what one likes. No one should take advantage of anyone in any aspect. For some it’s just about the money and that’s fine but for one means something else.
The ones I've seen sell were listed as Machine Doubling, there wasn't anything dishonest about it.
Well they probably knew what they were buying. I don’t purchase but I look or I read what some stories here on CT. Although a true doubled is an awesome fine dome may like the look of the machine doubling. No one means any harm here.
It’s just some do take advantage of the buyer but that’s in everything. I have considered to sell a few but I get chicken because the seller can get into any kind of a situation as well. The best thing is to be upfront about it and the buyer or seller makes that decision. Anyone that intentionally does just for the mighty dollar, well you see what happens to some in any profession or hobby.
I just hate when people take advantage of unsuspecting (newbies) buyers.
Never my friend
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