Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Ruthlankford68, Feb 14, 2020.
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They look like normal circulated cents. Millions were minted in that year.
Yes they have to be in much better condition to be worth a little bit more.
remotely near the sort of condition rarity you'd need for them to be worth something.
Well, that's definitely the right attitude to have. Good luck.
Here. Happy Friday, Valentine's Day, etc.
Maybe you'll win something else to get excited about.
@Ruthlankford68 and welcome to CT. Yes, there are sources out there that will lead you to believe that pocket change can bring wealth. I been collecting coins for fifty years and am far from wealthy!! However there is much joy to be found in the rich history of our coins. Enjoy!
to start learning about grading you can first start doing comparisons.
This webpage can help you with the basic visual comparisons
most of the time people are very gratuitous to the coin in hand compared to the one in the picture. If you really start becoming unbiased, and look at all the scratches, wear etc and compare it to the pictures (by zooming in etc) one can really learn a lot and start understanding the larger variance in grading, if at least from a general sense.
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