Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Junior lawson, Aug 23, 2019.
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Welcome to Coin Talk Junior. This appears to be a nice original coin, in the fine to very fine grade and is currently between $90.00 & $100.00 in my current guide. If it were mine and it is not, it would be too costly to have it slabbed by itself. You need to consider the cost to ship, return shipping to you and the cost of grading by the TPG. If sending with other coins to help offset these costs then yes. If not then simply keep it well protected. JMHO.
both sides before I say "yea or nay" about sending it in.
That being said, it really isn't worth getting it slabbed.
I grade it at VF-25.
Marginal value for getting it slabbed.
If you want to preserve it in memory of your great granny then choose ANACS.
If it were mine, I would send it in. That will establish whether or not it is genuine & will preserve it, making it much easier to sell (in a slab), should you decide to do so.
If slabbed, I think it will bring in the $150 to $200 range, perhaps higher, depending on the grade. (Even if it grades VG, you're probably looking at a $100 coin, so you won't have much at risk.) Raw, not likely to be close to that because knowledgeable collectors will question its authenticity & try to beat you down.
I don't guess grades by pics, but I think you have a nice specimen. JMHO
F-12 at the very maximum of drunken leniency.
Its between V-VG. I would like to see the rim. I can easily tell thats its pretty worn out. Its still a nice silver quarter. Thanks for showing.
Way better than VG, I put it at F-12......and that ain't the booze talkin' folks.
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