Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Willysilver, Oct 2, 2023.
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So.. just because somebody owns a coin store does not mean that they know anything about mint errors or varieties.
Looks like a normal Cent.. worth 1 Cent
100 years, would be my answer. JMO
It could have the luster and strike the photos could be cropped and a bit clearer.
Thank you buddy it's already fed x
Ok buddy tu
Let's all watch along and see what he learns
Some things you learn by doing.
Breaking even isn't the way I would do it.
But as said above you will learn from the experience.
Sounds like a money maker for the grading companies and a poor choice sender.
Don't forget the shipping costs Both ways.
Slabing IMO is better left for rare, vintage or high value items.
I will do this one time just to test the waters it's a scam
It's not a scam. It is understanding what the services are looking for when grading a coin.
What your dealer and what you think looks great may differ. High end coins have to have incredible luster if it doesn't it probably won't even make a 65.
And that's with photo shop and professional lighting and a real camera you need sunglasses to look at my penny it's so bright
Nice cent, post up the picture of the slab and grade when it comes back.
Didn't I read someplace where the grading companies were only guaranteeing the grade on Cents for a certain amount of time?? (Like 10 years??)
I know that NGC limits old copper to ten years. Don't know if that applies to the zinc core modern stuff.
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