Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Snorlax93, Jun 4, 2020.
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cleaned coin. The price is way to high also.
I mean it might be, but the coin itself is hard to find as an authentic sample too.
not cleaned with the same year, but you will need to pay between $250-1,000 . Not sure how high you would want to spend on a coin ?
Yes, I was surprised to find out that re strikes were ever minted! Nice coin but not that one!
Precisely, and as someone else mentioned these coins are not cheap, not anymore anyway. And this being certified and whatnot I feel good I made the purchase to get the real deal of a genuine coin. Whether cleaned a little or not.
Good to hear your thoughts on it whether it be positive or not. I appreciate others info
The restrikes have less minted for the 1934 year, the 1949 restrikes has approx 30 million as opposed to the near 100mill. Think they only have restrikes for 34
I mean considering it looks nice still (atleast to me) I think 125 was alright. Was way more at around 190. This was an obo
If you are happy with paying that price fine do it, but if and when you go to sell it you might get half of that in return. Many coin collectors see that it's cleaned on the label and will shy away from it and not buy it. When I buy coins for myself I ask myself will I be happy with this coin down the road ? If thee answer is no... then I will wait and save up for a better graded coin. I will be happier down the road if I save up for a better graded coin. Believe me when I first started collecting coins I would buy anything at any price. 20+ years of collecting coins I think everyone has been burned a coin or 2. I am a firm believer of you learn as you go. In thee end it is your money and your coin collection. Happy collecting.
With the economic opening of China, this changed dramatically, obviously. But I still find it hard to believe that the market for these will "correct" some day. They are really, really abundant.
Here is one I got from a local dealer for $18 in Feb. 2010. Not high-grade, cleaned, but they don't come this cheap nowadays.
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