Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by B12, Nov 10, 2005.
What would you say for a grade? Thanks B12
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might get more than melt...
Hats off to the great find. The rest of the roll should be close by ha ha. As for the grade, that a good one. I am inclided to agree with Speedy's opinion (Fine). Shame that it's a 1996. Even a bigger shame on the person who lost it. I love these coins and have the entired uncirculated collection. All of mine are about as perfect as "I" think the coin can be, but I don't want them slabbed/pro-graded. I came across a couple S. E. from the eighties that were not well taken care of to say the least and it broke my heart to see them like that. However they are still bullion silver and worth that!!
Illya2,I found it at a park. I was only 3 inches deep. We have been having a rainy weather. So the ground was soaked. B12
On the other hand, this gives you an oppurtunity to see what these coins "would" look like if they were ever circulated like, say, Morgans. And they look good when worn!
I was going to say that. That's a gorgeous coin even in the condition pictured. I suspect, though, that the detail would fade rapidly in circulation.
Clad coins just don't show the character and beauty once circulated the way a nice piece of silver does.
Good luck with finding some more great stuff & thank you for sharing it with us.
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