Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Marshall, Mar 7, 2017.
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@dwhiz .. That's Half of a Half Dollar!
It must be it says so on the label
Maybe it's worth $1.00
I just purchased a 1935-S Arkansas commem that is slabbed as a 1935-D.
It's a coin I plan to hang onto, because I like having this PCGS error. Does anyone have an opinion as to whether PCGS's mistake adds much value?
I say not really... but wait, maybe on Ebay it does!
There are some people who pay more for slab errors, but in my experience, not much if any.
Thanks for the feedback!
It's from the Lewis and Clark set, not the Buffalo set. I bough this several years ago for under $20, just to get the error slab. Recently slabbed ones have been going for around $100! You can still get it unslabbed for $10 - $15.
This is probably my favorite and most alarming error so far. It points out that there are more than just typing errors, but placing the wrong label into the wrong case. It makes me wonder how many Morgans that shipped together got mixed up like this. @Two Dogs has a good point.
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