Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by BlackberryPie, Nov 3, 2022.
My only one. Subbed myself. Hard date for good color.
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You folks do great work in your collections. Thanks for showing your coins.
This 1802 dollar is an AU-58, but it might be too dark for some people's tastes.
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Online auctions will add to the cost per coin but are a great asset to those who can't travel.
1st a true 58 That I think deserves a +
and and MS60 DPL that should probably been 58+ if not so darn purty
@BlackberryPie here are three AU58+ half dimes. Two of them were in NGC slabs before I crossed them to PCGS for my registry set. The 1831 was NGC 58 and PCGS gave it a plus. The 1833 was in an MS63 slab and I guess they saw some rub on it, but honestly I think 58+ is kind of cool so I wasn't mad. The 1837 I bought in its current grade.
I'd be more then a lil upset at an over $500 price difference
If I got mad at PCGS every time they did something I didn't like, I'd have even less hair than I do right now! A couple of things ease the sting a bit, anyway: I happen to love the coin for one. And, I only paid $100 more for it in its NGC63 slab than I paid for the 1837 in its PCGS58+ slab. So the difference isn't that big. Someday when my grandkids liquidate the set, I hope they find an "everyman" collector who digs 58+ coins.
58+ coins can bring more $$ than some MS coins. I’ve been offered $450 on my AU58+. This one 1 of 3 current 58+ memorial cents at PCGS.
paid more for my 58 "No Cents" lib nickle then an MS62 would have cost me... I'll add her to the other 58s lol
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