Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by New Gen. Nick, Oct 4, 2011.
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Not doubting that it is a fake, but if you search this site you can find the MM placements for the S VDB.
Some images from the Dark Side Collection; by all rights I should be a wealthy man...
Happy New Year to all!
OK Thank you
Hey so I found this penny in my collection its a 1944 Lincoln wheat penny.look closely at the photos . I dont know what this would can I get some suggestions
Maybe I wish I had one the looked as clean and toned as the ine in the picture. Hard to guess at the value added by the toning. As for yours, 1909 VDB in uncirculated condition can go for $20 to $50 with the higher in MS65BN. I am not saying yours is worth that, but at 13 you have a lot to learn about what marks and condition do to the value of a coin as the grade of one or 2 levels can greatly influence the price on a piece like the one you posted the picture of.
any value?, i tried to hold them at the same angle so you get an same view for both
First off and I may be wrong but the image you have her I believe is for a matte proof 1909 VDB. As for values a beautifully toned 1909 VDB it’s based off of the person that is buying really. For a beauty like the on I have here I paid $35 and it’s ungraded.
these are my images that I took of my coin after I received it.
Looks like Photoshop of a coin...see how mine dosent have the white halo around the coin like you cut it out using a photo editor...
There are many ways to make your coins look great and there are many people here that can help you achieve the goal that you want without making others think you are over exaggerating your coins.
Work on your focus and lighting and the "godly halo" will be apparent to everyone, even if it is not in the picture!
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