Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Illinois Newby, Sep 21, 2019.
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They are already well protected in the capsules, and you know they are authentic if purchased directly from the mint. These are bullion coins (gorgeous, but just bullion) so are tied into the PM (precious metals) values only. It wouldn't increase their value to have them graded. If you want graded bullion, it's often more cost effective to purchase them already graded.
*at today's spot bullion prices.
Your coins would MOST LIKLY be graded MS-69. Bullion (your silver and gold coins) with that grade is Not NOT NOT be worth grading.
We only get coins graded that are rare, or especially clean and perfect (you need microscope ect). - Please please please ask the form for advice in the future. We hope you’re well, and your silver and gold bullion sounds awesome
I took some of my coins to a dealer and asked him how I should store and protect them. He gave me some great information. However, he had some gold coins in a showcase. I was interested in a few gold coins.. I bought an 1895 Liberty Eagle Gold Coin (Raw), and a 1904 Liberty Double Eagle Gold Coin (also Raw). He had some other coins in NGC enclosures or whatever they're called and I thought they were neat so I asked him how I could get them graded. He took them to a Coin Show and had them graded. The Gold Eagle received MS61 and the Double Gold Eagle, UNC Details-Obverse Scratched. I never would have seen the scratches if I had not had them graded. I also bought a 2009 Ultra High Relief Gold Double Eagle that had already been PCGS graded-MS68. I thought that was pretty good until I got more familiar with coins. I have found the "Ignorance is Bliss". No more grades, unless I buy them graded.
LOL... Furry, you need some sleep.
Not gonna argue with you there.
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