Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Morgandude11, Jun 22, 2022.
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It's nice but not special enough to go for a large toning premium.
I actually bid on this coin when it sold at Legend for $1,586 in April of 2022 (was well short; it was more of a throw in bid in case the coin sold for under $1,000-which it had two previous times at HA in 2013 and 2014).
I really like golden toning, so for me, it is kind of nice. I will guess that it will go for $1850, with the buyer’s premium. It is far from a monster (level low 4 for me), but nice. Under $1000 is high for 2013-2014, IMO.
Wild guess $1175
You need a 68 to get a nice premium for this year and mint ?
I think the toning does it, as I have always loved gold toned Morgans. Sometimes, the lighter toned Morgans look better in hand than some of the more heavily toned ones.
I'll consider this one a winning guess.
You were off by $33.12....that's over 2% !!
I was going to use you for this week's PowerBall and MegaMillions but if you're going to be this innacurate.....
I've never won anything on either of those so just do the opposite of what I've done.
Ah the opposite.....a time-honored method of winning courtesy of SEINFELD.
Ignoring PL/DMPL and the GSA yes you do. Even the 67+ are only in the 2ks generally as there's 200 of them and over 80 68s at PCGS. The 80-S, 81-S, and 82-S absolutely dominate the majority of high grades in the series
I got outbid by the final bid. My maximum was $1200, with the buyers premium. I was the $1165 bid. PCGS price guide has it at $1200 for a 67, and given the nice toning, that was what I was prepared to go.
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