Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by 1stSgt22, Jan 13, 2021.
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There are quite a few people, here, who can give you an idea of the grade and whether or not it would be worth submitting if you post good, clear photos of both sides.
@Randy Abercrombie in this case the dealer is your best friend.
to increase the value, I see many people grading bullion coins and thats a
big mistake an once of gold is worth an once of gold in any condition.
Post them here first (if you have not already done so)! We like key dates and can help you determine a base grade or range of grades to expect. Crop your photos and post them full sized.
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To the OP, if you are only going to submit a few coins, you are much better off following Randy's advice and either find a dealer or make a friend who you can piggyback your coin on their submissions.
The shipping & handling charges will eat you alive if you make a small submission. I usually try to ensure that my submissions are at least 25 coins which gets the S&H charge under $3 per coin. The total S&H charge for my most recent submission to PCGS was $66 for 28 coins, or $2.36 per coin.
I look forward to watching your video. Thanks in advance.
non-coin related topics), to Coin Chat (which is for general coin-related topics).
While everyone can make up their own mind about whether they care about it or not, the market shows that your statement just simply isn't true. 70s are in fact worth more
While it certainly is more expensive not piggybacking, even on a small submission the extra cost would be worth it to me to do it my self and not have some stranger do my submission. This is especially true at this point time
it is a lot of work, though. i know.
i assume you are referring to the 1914d cent?
if you have definitely determined both are genuine, having a reputable dealer that you trust review the coin in hand to advise on the possible grade range/cost/best submittal method, is a good thing.
assuming you did mean cent for the 14d, that and the 16d dime are 2 of the most altered date/mm coins around. i would not just submit on my own.
my opinion, of course.
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