Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Beefer518, Jun 3, 2020.
Anyway, have at it!
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I feel like those two massive bag marks on the cheek really bring it down, esp since they're in such an important place
The toning and original look are wonderful. Those two marks are in about the worst place they could be. They would bug the devil out of me, especially since most of these coins are high grade.
I am writing for the benefit of collectors who are shopping for these coins. You can find this coin without the obvious marks easily.
That is putting down the OP’s coin. Your last paragraph is unpleasantly judgemental. Just say your grade, describe the pluses and minuses, and don’t pass judgement on whether or not the collector can do better, or not. I happen to disagree, as the toning makes it an attractive coin.
I disagree. You should read it and learn. I am speaking from over 50 years of experience ... of having to listen the excuses when a dealer won’t buy or gives you a low ball offer.
Remember it’s a lot easier to buy than than sell.
I have an equal amount of experience. Your comment was obnoxious. GTG is an experience for collectors to learn. One points out assets and liabilities of a coin, and then to intimate that a buyer could do better? Gratuitously insulting. I should “learn from you?” Yes, it is to be rude an insulting to another collector. I learned!
You are pompous, and don’t add to the merits of this exercise. Glad we have the ignore button here. Beefer, it is a really attractive coin, with a couple of dings that slightly affect the grade. I think you did well, based on the beautiful toning. I stand by the 65 grade, with attractive toning.
MS65 for me.
I love tab toned commems and the conjoined busts of the Antietam and Gettysburg are two of my favorites.
Frank opinions obviously offend you.
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