Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Janika, Sep 15, 2019.
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If you post clear close-up pictures of the coin, we can give you a good estimate of the grade.
Unless it's really clean, I would just keep it or try and put a set together and then sell that. Because these are circulated, the grade could be all over the place and higher chance of netting the same profit whether graded or not.
How did that turn out?
Still blurry. Try pulling the camera out just a tad so it can focus. Needs to be really crisp if someone can try to give you an estimate.
Just no... The prices they are going for are just ridiculous. Too much hype for these W mint marks IMHO
@Janika- You may want to check out this thread first.
Based on the second obverse photo you posted, I don't think it would be worth it to submit for grading. The obverse looks like it might grade MS65, tops! Save your money.
So your coin turned out to be a MS67? That’s nice!
Take the picture without a microscope. It will turn out much sharper if you keep your hands steady. Using a microscope in this case is just overkill.
Also, not worth grading IMHO.
I live in northern Minnesota and went through about 4500 quarters from a bingo tent at a local county fair, and found 2 War in the Pacific "W" quarters. Only ones I've seen so far.
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