Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by rosethe, May 26, 2020.
Sorry about the photography.
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Look like proofs
1859 - $3000
1882 - $400
Yeah right? They aren't very symmetrical around the edges.
If these aren't proofs, then perhaps you have some very high grade coins struck off center, although i'm no expert on errors
I will give it another photo try in the daylight tomorrow. Thanks!
Looks like proofs. Look them up. My best answer.
Yep. These are (photos not clear) real nice coins. But they do look off. God help us. Let them be real
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The lighting is not all that bad. If you can get the images in focus, folks can be of more help. You might try moving the camera away from the coin a bit. That might help with the focus.
I've found that moving the camera away and cropping is always better than getting in close and being blurry.
Another question about cleaned or damaged coins.
I already have slabbed by PCGS
1909-S VDB Genuine ...92
1909-S VDB Genuine ....98
1955 Genuine DDO....92
(the other two 55s came back AU50 and MS63 BN)
1903 St. Gaudens Genuine...92
Are there people wanting to buy cleaned coins or are they pariah to collectors?
So far nothing from his collection has been proven counterfeit or body bagged.
This potentially is heartbreaking if the Flying Eagles and Indians are cleaned, not to mention the expense.
1859 AU58 at around $250
1862 PR65 at around $2000
1882 AU50 details at around $40
As I noted, not an IHC guru but using Photograde and Ebay Coins completed sales, this is what I found. Wait for the others to chime in.
They all look genuine to me. What I thought were some casting flanges turned out to be rim damage in the 1882, which is a shame.
A agree that the 1862 is a proof, and a lovely one at that.
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