Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Collecting Nut, Jun 18, 2021.
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Cool.. I have 2 myself.. Gave up searching for one in the wild and after a few years just purchased them.
I consider the 1995 the last true exciting Doubled Die variety worth searching for.. Anything after that year is so drab
That's why I don't like any thread showing anything else then asking.. "Is this a doubled die?"
I bought this one last month. No where near the price you paid.
Nice Paddy! But I’m afraid I got you beat. You have a 65 and a 68 so when you average them together you have a grade of 66 1/2. Mine is a 67 and that’s higher. Do I sound like a new collector? It does work that way, doesn’t it? Lol Hope you got a laugh out of that. I purchased mine last month as the price was low enough to gain my interest and I’m not looking to find one in the wild. Being zinc it would probably be destroyed anyway.
Paddy, we never found one searching. Just like you. Found doubled dies and other goodies, but not that one.
@Collecting Nut Nice! I just sold an MS66 that I found in a roll awhile back for $220.00 on Ebay.
Wow a MS68 sweet.
I paid under $100. You did great!
Take a bow, champ! In 20-some years we never came close to finding one! And we looked for it!
Mine were 1 cent each CRH
Will they be dust before me?
Kinda hope so
See my post above yours
Yes, Bentley, they were both found searching rolls from banks. They were found separately weeks apart. I’m near Syracuse NY but they could have been wrapped at a far off center
First time posting here and happy there’s a thread about why I came in. I’m very very novice collector over years and bought 5 1995 DDO MS68 years ago when first discovered. I honestly don’t believe CAC existed back then and wondering if on these and other coins I have that were graded 20+ years ago, does it make sense to have regraded or send to CAC if they look possible candidates in my uneducated opinion. What would anyone suggest?
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