Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by David travers, Sep 27, 2020.
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@David travers. Like others, I will wait for better photos, Full Image, of the date area, but it appears you may have something worth further investigation.
Not worth those extra $, because the damage is irreversible. Worth getting authenticated, sure, but professional conservation would be a waste of money, I think.
@David travers ...Please, supply a clear, in-focus close-up of the date...Spark
An early Apple product, I think.
@David travers ...a close-up of the date has been requested 6 times now...Spark
Hey, relax. This ain’t the guy’s job, or anything like that. If he wants more opinions and help, maybe he’ll post better images. Maybe he won’t. Until then, it remains a bit of an enigma, I guess. I do share your curiosity, however.
nine years, only rediscovering this site and becoming active in 2016.
(I’ve since made up for lost time with my post count.)
Yeah, well, I lost sight of the fact he was a new member, so you’re right. But he was last seen yesterday morning over 36 hours ago and I think he’s just being rude...Spark
I mean I don't see it as "cheap", really must be $600 at a lowest straight grade.
so a details, might knock it down some but.... how much really? I'm no grader of buffalo nickels but I'd think it could be a VG-F details coin so I dont' think it's a G4 or something that low as a details coin..
Got to be worth the grading fees and remove doubt about it being legit to a buyer, even if it gets detailed.
If it attracts strongly, don't bother.
Not a conclusive test, but a valid one.
It could be an 8 over 7. Need clear photos.
A regular 1918-D even in that condition has value.
But the 8 over 7 is rare and very valuable. GL
Yes you have to test if it is genuine.
Weigh it. Nickels weigh 5.0 grams. It should be close to that.
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