Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Cointop Smith, May 5, 2021.
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I understand what some guys said about the 2 being close to the rim, but at the same time I do see quite a bit of curvature in the 2 and it might not be as close to the rim as we think. Good luck!
Be patient, sit back and learn. When asking questions, ask Professionally ,Smartly and listen not argue with replies and you'll do fine .
And that's my honest and sincere opinion.
God bless you.. Peace.
Have you ever considered that what you thought to be "negative and rude" happens to be "matter-of-fact" to others? Think about it!
Ether way you will learn a lesson. Could be a valuable one or an expensive one.
Probably don't want to hear what I had to say anyway
Others have requested you post the results, but if you did find the 3rd example, it will be in Coin Week and the other numismatic publications as well as a press release from the grading company.
Here is the original thread. Based on the shape of the 8 and distance between the 2 and rim, I still believe you have a damaged large date. However, sending it for authentication is the proof that's required. Wish you well, but don't count your chickens until it comes back.
It doesn't matter anyways, Cointop hasn't sent the coin anywhere.
He is just trolling.
@Oldhoopster gave, and it seems the main characteristic of the small and large date versions is the shape of the 2 in the year. If this is true, then I have one of each.
I will post pictures later, but am I wrong?
I feel it’s a waste of money and you’ll be disappointed and that’s my honest opinion. But it’s your choice, so go ahead and pay the grading fees. All I ask is that you post the graded coin on CT so that we have the opportunity to apologize if you are correct. What’s to loose?
And we do it for free!
Sure hope you specified you wanted it authenticated, not just graded. It's an extra fee and if you didn't, they will simple put a grade on the coin and gladly charge you for it.
I, for one, hope you post the results as I would like to see what the TPG has to say about it.
The shape of the 2 is the main characteristic and other indicators are the shape of the top loop of the 8 in the date and the distance of the 2 from the rim.
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