Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Schonhans, Aug 16, 2019 at 4:31 AM.
What do you all here think?
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Nice coin for it's age. Probably an XF or AU, might be worth 25 cents or so.
Where is the popcorn?
Finally some correctly spelled the word shiney!
No wait.. Still wrong.. It's actually Shiny
Good job! Nice Cent.
But.. I wouldn't call it pristine. And no way to tell if it has any kind of doubling. You would need to post pictures for that attribution.
.50- $1 if it hasn't been cleaned. (retail)
They made over 300 million in Philly in 1939.
Maybe it was a Great American Coin Hunt find.
My cent collection is in another room, but just guessing, the '39 I pulled from circulation to put in my Whitman book when I was a kid sixty years ago doesn't look that good. So, @l.cutler , if you have one that looks like the OP's that you'll let go of for a quarter, please send it along.
@Schonhans you mentioned in your feature length that in your opinion that cent is a MS65.
I don't even see MS in that coin. I'm thinking you could see 50-55.
Very nice circulated '39 though.
After viewing the OPs video on 1943 "silver" cents, I won't bother to watch this one, thank you.
The reverse is AU, but the reverse is the stronger side. There is luster.
Not an MS coin. But I could see low AU. 53 ish.
You need to wear white cotton gloves when handling coins. Also, you need better magnification to see doubling...and check Wexler to see if it is listed there...Spark
Is that the doubling? NO...can't see! How about giving us a close up rather than a video.
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