ebay has another 1955 RD ddo up for sale

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Raizac, Aug 4, 2020.

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do you think it's Fake coin??

Poll closed Aug 4, 2020.
  1. HELL YES

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  2. NO, IT"S THE REAL DEAL

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  1. Raizac

    Raizac Active Member

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  3. Raizac

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    this is a coin dealer why would he/she not send it in to be graded and then sell it? they have other graded coins up for sale so why not have this coin graded and then sell it on eBay or and auction house?
     
  4. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    ...because they are Great Southern...not to be too dismissive, but the actual coin might not look "exactly" like the pics
     
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  5. SorenCoins

    SorenCoins Well-Known Member

    Not to be too dismissive either, but I have heard that GSC cracks out problem and details grade coins to sell them raw. It's probably genuine, but might have something wrong with it.
     
  6. medoraman

    medoraman Supporter! Supporter

    If the color is real, I say cleaned. Red usually mellows.
     
  7. Raizac

    Raizac Active Member

    ok, thanks for looking thought it could be another fake coin.
     
  8. Conder101

    Conder101 Numismatist

    Because this dealer has a habit of sell problem coins with deceptive images that hide the problems. I also note that nowhere in the auction does the seller indicate that it is RD.
     
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  9. SorenCoins

    SorenCoins Well-Known Member

    Clicked on the link to see this, since I was just curious. Turns out after 76 bids it sold for $3,300 with free shipping. I wonder if a coin like this--even if details--would still bring in more buyers if it was certified. I know many collectors would not be willing to buy any coin of this degree without certification.
     
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  10. Conder101

    Conder101 Numismatist

    I might bring more bidders, but would it bring as much money if it was certified, and the certification was a Details slab?
     
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  11. manny9655

    manny9655 Active Member

    Stuff like this is why I don't buy coins off of Ebay.
     
  12. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    It appears slightly circulated to me. The above answers also apply. IMO, Jim
     
  13. SorenCoins

    SorenCoins Well-Known Member

    Good point. I am not sure. Less bidders might mean a lower chance of getting someone who is willing to throw their money at it.
     
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