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FEC & IHC 1857-1909 Good-VG $1,975 Ask (no 1856, 58/57, 69/69)
If you don't want the FEC 1857 or 1858 (Large Letters and Small Letters) deduct $24 + $24 + $22 = $70
So $1,905 for 1859 to 1909-S (no 69/69).
Lincoln Cents 1909-1933 Good & Better Ask $1,225 (no 1922 Plain, 44-D/S, 55/55, 72/72)
Lincoln Cents 1934-1940 Good & Better $4 (estimated - not included in Grey Sheet)
Lincoln Cents 1941-1958 Good & Better Ask $4.50 (no 1955 DDO) - note the overlap in 1941
Lincoln Cents 1959 to date BU Ask $135 (includes 'S' Proofs)
Shield Nickel 1883 Good Ask $15.50
Liberty Nickels 1883-1912 Good-VG Ask $1,075
Buffalo Nickels 1913-1938 Good & Better Ask $1,450 (no 16/16 or 18/17-D)
Jefferson Nickels 1938-1964 Good & Better Ask $31
Jefferson Nickels 1965 to date BU Ask $82 (includes 'S' Proofs)
That is a total of $5,923 Ask. In all likelihood you won't be able to buy at Dealer Ask so adjust that figure appropriately.
Also be aware that key date coins account for much of the total:
IHC - 1877 $700, 1909-S $525, 1908-S $82
Lincoln Cents - 1909-S VDB $685, 1914-D $185, 1931-S $95
Liberty Nickels - 1885 $515, 1886 $245, 1912-S $145
Buffalo Nickels - 1938-D 3-Leg $475, 1913-S T2 $310, 1913-D T2 $105
And deduct for modern Proof coins if you don't want to include them.
AU = About Uncirculated
What does "ag" stand for? (Gold can be written 'Au' and silver can be written 'Ag'. Cents and Nickels do not contain gold or silver - except for War Nickels that contain silver.)
You mean like in AG03?
Like before ag, onenof the worst grades.
Separate names with a comma.