Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by JCro57, May 25, 2019.
In Both cases, the producers of them spent time in jail.
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Any information would be appreciated, thanks
ICG and ANACS will do this but not NGC nor PCGS
Anacs slabs counterfeits?
Backstory here: https://www.cointalk.com/threads/i-acquired-a-very-famous-counterfeit.336525/
Not to my knowledge. IIRC, only ICG will.
Speaking of counterfeits, I would definitely call the Henning nickel a counterfeit, because it was intended be used in commerce, not to fool collectors. The 1964 double strike, I would consider more of a forgery than a counterfeit. It's still a genuine coin; it's just that the error is faked.
The coins they started with were real. They are not fake coins.
They were altered to appear double struck.
A dealer friend had one. He only sold it to me knowing I wasn't going to sell it AND I am doing research for a book.
As far as price, numbers could be all over the place. I woyld say at least $50, but dont be surprised if it is well over $100 or more.
The Piacentile/Sheiner cent is altered.
Yeah moonshine mint stuff
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