Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Dominic, Dec 6, 2018.
I am wondering how much a 1916 Philadelphia cent would be worth 20% off center
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Pictures! We need pictures!
Who said that math wouldn't pay off when we got older???
The grade is an important part of the value. Images would be really cool.
Graded vf details with a wheel mark
Not sure of the value. It's a nice error that has been graded so worth a little bit.
That's nice. Is there a reverse image?
Eww, Ewww, it's an error and it's in a plastic holder! Where is @paddyman98 ?
Why did old people say that saying
For what propuse
Maybe for the same reason young people don't know how to spell?? I was leaning more towards algebra when I posted that originally.
Here’s the photo
That is really nice. I bet in the old days there was better quality control at the mint and fewer errors escaped into circulation.
You'll have to ask Paddyman for a valuation. He'll see this thread just wait.
Is it yours? Or do you want to purchase it?
The older Off Center Cents do have a nice premium..
Raw $25.00 - $40.00
Slabbed $50.00 - $80.00
Don't worry about the Details Grade Wheel Mark label. That means nothing to me. I would purchase an example such as that.
I know who wouldn't touch it though...
Paddy your ears must have been burning.
I really like the fact it's 100+ years old. And I figured that age increased the value compared to a more modern example.
I seen a 1918p graded at the coin show a couple months back. Price tag. $100.
I saw!! Sorry.
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