Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Snorlax93, Jun 4, 2020.
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I would have issues with the corrosion and the verdigris.
I just wanted to write this because WAY too many people think its ok for a coin to have damage "because it is almost 200 years old". In coin collecting, that is never an excuse. A 200 year old coin, (or a 2 year old one), MAY have issues, but that is not because its 200 years old, and anyone selling you a coin using that as an excuse is LYING to you.
Now, $20 is not a ton. Its a cool thing to hold if you haven't had one before. I would chalk it up to tuition for a coin collecting lesson. I have paid much for for lessons unfortunately.
In this shape $10 retail and could be gotten for less. $5 is probably fair.
For what it's worth, I think your coin is pretty cool!!
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