Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Traz, Apr 23, 2012.
Oh yeah, forgot this little one:
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Never thought I would say this - nice crappy pickups.
If those are crappy, what are mine considered?
It must be opposite day! In that case, I love all of you.
If those are crap, then what do you consider good?
My thoughts exactly!
Ditto. I love Krispy!
That crap is an eyesore!
I would only give the War nickel a 66FS
The SLQ deserves a 65
and the gold? Horrid 63
And by eyesore, I mean your crap makes my whole collection one :yes:
I will agree with pumpkinpie on the last two, since that what they say in your Registry set lol.
66FS on the war nickel.
Believe it not the Nickel is a proof (PR67 - CAC)
The SQL (Type I) is MS67FH - CAC.
And the gold is PR65DCAM - CAC.
All three from PCGS
The $10 looks amazing in hand!
If those are crap send them to me, I will take care of them.
Nice crap though.
I thought coins came from the mint....PCGS simply awards grades for them. That gold piece is a 65? I don't agree with that unless there are hairlines or something that don't show in the picture. I'd say a little higher maybe. Its the old 66 CAM/ 65 DCAM argument/tradeoff. Nice coin for sure whatever the grade.
Smarty. Missed the word 'graded' in there
And next on the bucket list: Get a proof war nickel.
Looks as if I made some typos while on the road! Thanks for the clever comments.
Too hard to grade from those small pics, but gorgeous coins in any case!
Here's the 1942-P TrueViewed, it got bumped up to a PR67+. Waiting for the rest to come through. Love how my walkthrough submissions take longer then my express ones...
I was following that proof Jefferson but never even got a chance to bid. The bid exceeded my max very quickly. I don't know if you know this or not, but there was a thread about that coin over on the PCGS forum about that coin.
I just got blown away on a 1942 T2 Proof Jefferson in the Heritage sale
Glad to here it got upgraded, that should shut those guys up.
Hi Paul, I know, saw it earlier.
That "crappy gold 10 buck coin" is a nice crappy 66 to my eye.
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