Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Willysilver, Sep 24, 2023.
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I'm assuming I shouldn't touch it I've turned pennies Brown before by opening up the flips I don't want to do that to this Lincoln cent I believe this is a true top pop so I should just leave it alone right I've never submitted a coin to neither PCGS or NGC so I don't even know how to do that I've looked on YouTube but everybody's very confusing on there open it don't know flips no Staples put in an envelope I mean I don't know what to do bubble wrap the
Eddie? Choppy? That's just how they are in Florida.
I tried really hard to understand what's going on here but just can't make out what he's saying?? I have to ask. Are you okay Willy??
No idea can't remember I think a yard sale just a bunch of pennies in flips
I'm trying to say I want to keep it nice I don't want to touch it
I spent a week in Florida several years ago, I think I still remember the lingo enough to maybe decipher. I'll try.
@Willysilver great find. A 68 plus would make it even better. You're correct, don't touch with your hands. For now, keep it in the flip. Take it to your local coin shop on Wednesday. They will help you decide what to do. For now, take some pictures of both sides of the coin and post here, so that we can share in your good fortune, please.
@SensibleSal66 how'd I do? We'll know in a little while, maybe?
You did just fine Ken! Thanks. I agree. Need Pix!! Thank you.
Thank you sir
I don't zinc so
Ok gimi a min my phone is charging tu
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