Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by DoubleDiamond, Oct 12, 2020.
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Why do I think I should send them to a TPG?
Sensible questions please.
The coins in these sets have a sing, dance and do back flips to make the certification worth the expense. For Proof set, that means a cameo coin on both sides.
What is a Cameo? It's an older (1960s and '50s) that looks like this.
Thanks John for the example pictures, very useful information also. Much appreciated.
It's a reasonable question! What makes you think these coins deserve to be certified?
If you learn to read then you'll be able to see that I was posing the question as to whether it is was worth getting them graded. I never made any inference that I thought they deserved to be certified. deleted
Let's be nice. I think most answers thought you were asking about grading, and the only reason for that to be verified grade and/or certified. When most questions like this show up, it is because someone wants to sell them. Thanks
A little defensive and rude much?
Worth grading is almost synonymous with deserves certification.
Grading = encapsulating by a TPG with a printed grade
Certification = encapsulatig by a TPG with a printed grade
Very rude and inconsiderate. An apology needs to be forthcoming. Chris was simply trying to determine why you feel like you do. The same thought crossed my mind.
No on the 'grading' thingo...........
Of course if you just want a graded one in your collection, buy one on eBay or send your coin(s) in. I tend to believe the $25 range is correct. Be sure to look at SOLD prices not listed prices.
Thanks Beardigger, I totally agree. Thanks again.
You'll be waiting a long time.
I'm not holding my breath.
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