Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by BlackberryPie, Jul 13, 2020.
The first is an 1894-S in 62 or an 1885-CC in 66... Why or why not for both?
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I was in a similar situation last night, I slept on it and bought a new coin today. I was deciding between an 1879 PR 62 Trade Dollar and a Liberty Head Double Eagle in MS-63. I went with the Trade Dollar. I'm doing a TD type set for one thing and the 1879 TD is much more difficult to find. The Double Eagles are being sold by the dozens, so I'll just wait for that one
Good luck with your future new coin.
I'd have to see both coins. If either is ratty for the grade or I don't like it, pass. On paper, assuming both are textbook for the grade, it looks like the 85-CC in 66 is a better buy. Price jumps big in 67 and population tanks. For 94-S in 62, there's a significant population in 63 and higher, and the price of a 63 is not much more than that of a 62.
Ok. I won't add photos.
You knew what I meant.
No sir. I don't have the gift of reading minds.
Are you talking about Morgans?
I would buy the 1885 CC between those 2.
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