Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by David@PCC, May 20, 2019.
Seems to work well from what I can see.
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Image source: https://cngcoins.com/Coin.aspx?CoinID=381106
Great idea and useful tool. I wonder if this will add to the hammer.
That's what they are hoping.
Cheers to CNG, great idea !
My siglos of Kroisos Sear 3420 560-546 B.C. 5.33 grams Numismatic Fine Arts Auction IV Lot 320
Someday I would like to get a stater
Anyone know what the waxy-looking material is that they're propping up the coin with?
Nice photo, but not innovative, ACR did it 5 years ago without the coin holder being in the photo.
And by the way this Sybaris nomos hammered 2200 pounds less than a year ago, the provenance is of course forgotten and I am fed up being the underbidder to dealers buying to resell for a profit
If you are routinely underbidding to re-selling dealers, then I respectfully suggest your max bids are too low.
@David@PCC I love it! I can't wait for it to become commonplace. It manages to get into the shot all of those things that a (two dimensional) photo does not and therefore requires a number of photos to show Toning, Profile , Edge, Thickness, Image Definition, (etc.) and on both sides, too.
How do we learn the process?
You will need a program to do this. I wanted to make a free open source one, but I already have too many projects as is.
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