Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by H8_modern, Dec 5, 2019.
This one is really nice in hand so let’s compare your thoughts with their grade.
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I wasn’t asking but there are a lot of people who trust TPGs instead of themselves.
I sent in 15 coins, 7 of them dated between 1795-1807, and all 15 are genuine.
I'm one of them. No way could I verify or confirm if your coin is genuine or fake. I mean it looks real but I could easily be fooled. I'm not an expect.
I know my stuff, but I also know when I should rather let a professional make the call.
The ‘38 large cent appears to be a problem-free low AU coin. ANACS called it AU-Details, right? Eng damage? PVC damage?
IMO ANACS graded this correctly. "Grade Deflation" is real and the so called top two TPGs have been the guilty ones. Maybe ANACS will start a trend in properly grading coins, especially in the MS category.
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