Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Gam3rBlake, Mar 25, 2021.
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go online, type in pcgs photograde..there you go check grading, also use3 numismedia for coin prices, they are lower and more realistic pricing, that is what i use, good luck, post coins, members here would be glad to grade for you!!
When you look at tens of thousands of coins pretty soon your eyes becomes smarter than you. Your eye will stop when something is unusual, either for good or bad. Then your brain needs to think it through and comprehend why your eye stopped. This is what I do with ancients. My eyes stop, and then I figure out it was because the coin is a fake, or its a great rarity, or almost never seen that condition, etc. I have picked up some terrific rarities and exceptional condition coins this way because my eyes knew something was unusual long before my mind did.
Make sense? Best part is, to get better you get to look at simply TONS of coins! Win win! However, for ultra high modern grades, best to see in person of course.
the issue is that the gamer seems to only care about cash
This is another trolling thread.
It seems to be just one after the other..! hard to tell if its a joke or not.
We get newbies who want to see if their “get rich quick” coins are going to instantly line their pockets. The other day, I had some dude arguing obsessively that his Morgan dollar for which he drastically overpaid wasn’t cleaned, as his coin dealer told him so.
time and time again..! Most of the folk thinking that way don't last long but I will applaud the gamers hardiness after so many arguments on nearly every thread
Well struck and no blemishes for all coins to receive high grades.
Thanks. Now he knows where to go.
What make you think your dealer can tell a 65 from a 66 from a 66+ from a 67? His grading ability may be no better than yours unless he has some serious qualifications. If you local dealer used to work for one of the top four TPG's sure it would be worth getting his opinion. If not his opinion may not be worth anything.
Kind of like asking a used car salesman for his honest opinion.
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