Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Chance, Aug 31, 2011.
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This. The '14-D? The '22 Plain? The '31-S? What are the grades of all the coins? Have pictures?
There's a million variables that cannot be accurately taken into account here. If you want a real appraisal on it, take it to a coin dealer.
If he's even a little off, it can affect the value by hundreds of dollars. There's no way we can accurately give you a value without good pictures of the big coins.
Regardless, at least 3/4 of your value will be in these coins (in VF);
1909-S VDB = $1,000
1909-S = $120
1914-D = $350
1922- = $1200 (if he even has this one)
1931-S = $90
You would be lucky if the rest all put together would be worth $200
There are a couple versions of the 1922. The 1922-D is the normal coin in the set. However, there were 4 die pairs that did not have the D...so does your set include the 1922-D and the 1922 No D (as many sets only have the 1922-D)? Plus, there are many weak D examples that people mistake for the No D which are worth far less. Photos of this coin are really needed.
Pictures of complete 1909-1940 collection with the 1909 s vbd front and back view
Pictures of the 1914-D 1922 & 1931 S to follow.
I doubt the nick on the rim will affect it much, but the scratch in AM will.
Agreed...that scratch in the back hurts.
Also, for the OP: can we see a photo of the 1914-D?
1914-D 1922-D & 1931-S Pictures
Pictures of 1914-D & 1922-D front and back
1914-D rated as G
1922-D rated as VG
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