Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Sean I Gonzales, Apr 4, 2020.
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No. It's DEFDAM - Definitely Damaged
Since you are new you need to understand the following.. Any potential Mint Errors that you send you also have to get them Attributed which is another service besides grading. Costs a little bit of more money to do that.. So if you feel the need to have a true minor error that probably does not have a huge premium then it is not worth it..
Average $40.00 - $50.00 per coin for grade and attribution.
1. Where should I send it ? (I think the coin is just plain cool looking ....ill never find a coin like that again...anyhow I'm going to just because of the really cool area/effect that the crenulations from another coins reeded edge caused ...that had marked the coin with what "appears to be stitches" Just the odds of that happening in a coin bag amd then to have the contact mark from the coin roller all in all just super cool to me atleast lol.
Anyhow..my final question is what does "Attributed mean in the coin world and when this is being done can they grade the coin If I send money to do so or is that another place it would need to be sent to.
Thanks again for your time and knowledge,
Do not waste your money sending it to be graded. Put it in a airtite plastic holder and look at it often. Worth only face value. Your coin is damaged.
That damage won't get attributed. It's not an error.
Spend it. Sorry.
Attribution means it is looked at by Error Specialists and they will determine if it is actually an error or not.
@Sean I Gonzales, welcome to CT!
Actually, if you search long enough, you will find many like this one. If you are insistent on keeping it, just put it in a flip & use it to compare others for:
- circulation damage
- bag marks
- coin roller damage.
Or, as suggested, spend it - another will come around shortly.
Continue learning, gathering coin knowledge, & having fun with this hobby, but beware of things which appear to be other than what they really are.
agree, it is a cool look
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