Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by GH#75, Feb 16, 2020.
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You're not planning on sending it off for grading are you?
A dealer I know was selling certified Delaware Quarters to customers in”MS-65” holders circa 2000 for $45 each. I took one look at them and said, “pocket charge in a slab.” A couple of shows later, one of his customers showed up at a show and wanted do him bodily harm. At that point that point I was glad that I was not in the slabbed State Quarter business.
I’m pretty sure @cpm9ball mentioned that he made money selling registry quality state quarters, maybe he will see this and give his opinion.
The white balance is a tad off, but a minor flaw easily corrected.......
In my opinion, it will never make 67, but that would be a moot point since it would cost more to grade it than a 67 would be worth. And, that even includes a grading special from ANACS. ~ Chris
Does that mean you think it is an MS66? Or something lower? My grade is high end MS66.
Sorry, Paul. I guess I just misunderstood your question. Yes, I think it would grade 66, but no chance for a 67. The reason I believe that it is a moot point is because SQ's in 67 only sell for about $10-15. So, it makes no difference if it grades 66 or 67. ~ Chris
Agreed but this is a perfect coin for a gem grade album collection.
Absolutely! This is the perfect sort of coin for an album.
Yes, I suspect Mr. Rodney and his horse have been dead for quite a few years
And, if that's a 68, then I might not be surprised to see the OP's coin as a 67.
Really? Man, that looks like a lot of chatter on that coin for a 68! Unless it's on the slab. But congrats!!
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