Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Hunting Rare, Dec 17, 2020.
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@spirityoda , say please .
Just a thought...
Yes, I think you are correct.
IMHO - I would send it back to NGC paying for the variety attribution (I think it is $15 or so) - since NGC already graded it as 67-RD, I'd hate to take the chance of cracking it out, sending it to PCGS, and have the possibility of it being downgraded.
@Hunting Rare, the NGC data indicate that this coin was encapsulated on 2-19-2020, but the holder pictured is not current. Did you resubmit this coin, and if so, did you request the variety attribution? Either way, it does not appear to be noted on the new holder, which makes me wonder if it is, in fact, not a DDR.
This is the same old bait and switch method he uses every time. Look up his history and previous postings. hunting rare can take good pictures until it comes time to confirm the die markers.
In one of his previous threads he claims that he has a MPL Lincoln.
And proclaims that @robec says that the diagnostics match, but in all reality this is what Robec said.
So I doubt I'm going to send back to NGC since they can't even get the strike correct. Coin is absolutely not a SMS!!!!
Thinking about sending to PCGS as the DDR-801, and see what happens......coins die is definitely doubled on the reverse and is the FS-801.......(a rare variety with only a handful known that most people mistake for machine doubling but it is not.)
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