Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by BlackberryPie, Jul 23, 2021.
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Indeed agree and hope it works out...problem here is that if these were the only photos, you can't tell whether anything of polish or pretty...or anything of any condition for a decision of being "worth the risk." To each their own. Still, buyers should keep this in mind: If any seller posts photos like that...not reviewed before posting and with today's digital photo technology available to take/post better photos in seconds/minutes...they're quite suspect for withholding/hiding something.
I will 100% post photos regardless of condition. I based my purchased off of knowing that the polished sets have a super unnatural shiny appearance. These coins don't appear to have that look. Bad photos can hide appearance though, and I understand this.
Possibly the sulfur content in the paper.
$40, but knowing I can return them. If it's not polished the franklin itself could add a zero to the end.
You don't get neon from original surfaces.
Once it's in hand
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