Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by leeg, Feb 17, 2020.
Was a 66. Next time I saw it it was in a 67 holder. Mark Goodman image.
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Mark did a great job of imaging the coin.
Which TPG(s) did the grading?
Send it to NNC and you probably can get a -68 or -69.
I wasn't aware they gave out grades less than 70.
But yes, I can see how your experience would be really frustrating, especially if there is a huge $$$ increase between grade levels.
Billionaires are allowed to make bad decisions while another one runs them up on the price, it's their money.
I still find it amusing that the holders are the driving forces behind the values. Exact same coin, vastly different values...
The coins themselves are no longer able to hold their own in the current market. They have to be slabbed to be worth anything. Without the holders they are worth much less. It is completely indicative of how far off the deep end the US coin market has gone.
Or how someone with a clever and and cunning eye (with a dab of grading experience most extraordinary) can make a real killing.
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