Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Charles Ruge, Sep 26, 2020.
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I believe that is the Walking Liberty 2016 Centennial Gold 1/2 oz coin from the US Mint. PCGS will certify it. However, it's likely not worth it (70s on eBay aren't going for that much more than raw to be worth the expense of grading and the downside of receiving a 69 or lower grade).
Thought it was a reproduction token. Oh, then it is just one of the Mint’s recent issues. 69 or 70. Makes no difference, and not worth certifying.
Illustrates the dangers of judging a coins color/appearance from images on the computer. What you see on the screen may not look anything like what it looks like in real life.
I think I'll get my Mexican Veinte Pesos Gold Coin slabbed instead.
They will all grade the same
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