Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Razz, Jan 10, 2021.
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I have no plans to actually send it in, but PCGS says a 66 is $50 (retail), 67 is $260 and a 68 is $4k!
Just think, if it was a WAM you could attach another premium to it!
But that's the thing, you can't open the package to check, the TPG has to do that...
There is a marker for the accented tail feathers on the Sacagawea. But I believe you are correct for the Lincoln.
I agree. The COA says 1 in 10 million, but without it in that package it is exactly like the other 5.5 billion cents struck at Philadelphia in 2000. It would be cool, I think, to have one in a slab attributed and graded as a Cheerio cent and one in the package. Even cooler would be if you were the one that pulled them out of the boxes of cereal 21 years ago...
Perhaps there's a TPG that will grade the coin while preserving the original packaging...like ANACS did with the Nixon Silver Dollars.
The problem is you can't see the reverse so it can't be graded in the package...
Hmmm...that is a conundrum. Still, it wouldn't hurt to ask the TPGs what they could do. Bottom line...this isn't a die variety like the Dollar.
I pulled this one out of the box. I just didn't realize that they had increased in value. I'll have to move it from the bottom of the pile.
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