Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Kevin Farley, Apr 17, 2021.
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we cant even really see the surfaces in those pictures. not well enough to see if it is sharp and defined. Theres almost a 0% chance you have a proof coin. around 0.002%.
No one can take a detailed photo with a moving coin and a moving camera. I will be happy to help with better/clearer photos.
Looks more cleaned than proof.
the reverse is slightly off center. Not a proof. and the details look normal, not super defined. Looks like a normal coin in vf condition.
I've never seen a VF20 with such a perfect eagle before, but thanks for the input. I'd pay what I did for it 10/10 times, even if I didn't ever get my money back
And that is your right. If it spoke to you, then buy it, many of us have learned that in the raw market, if you want an example then buy it up, when reasonable. There are some good details on that coin.
Then nothing more needs to be said. YOUR enjoyment is the ONLY thing that matters when you're the one paying the bills. Enjoy your FEC.
yeah everyone is entitled to their opinion, but if you think this will grade as VF you probably need to start back at square one...
What would you grade it at, Mr. Expert?
Oh speaking of expert, remember that 1896 that I thought was a proof? Well you were right it wasn't a proof. You said it was "Cleaned, AU at best. Worth $10"... here, this should shut you up "Mr. Expert"
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