Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by hummingbird1, Jun 20, 2019.
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That's a beauty you have there.
Use a dark non-reflective background when you take your images.
Hope you don’t mind I brightened up your pictures a little bit.
Imho, nice looking 1908 with great details!
Welcome to CT.
Some tone that way.
Mostly a matter of the environment it was stored in.
Enjoy the rest of your evening.
You have a great evening as well. Be sure to post new pictures once you get it in hand.
And that question is usually the correct answer....why because it won't.
Sorry my 2 cents but I would pass
I have to agree.
When I first saw it, it just doesn't look right.Then why isn't it graded?
I'm no expert and I do hope you have a good coin.
Welcome to CT and don't feel bad as we all have made mistakes when we first start collecting.
I agree that something looks off. I’m not digging into diagnostics, but the color alone looks like it was cleaned or plated.
Just wanted to say that not all key date coins are graded. I’ve got a nicer coin or two that is raw, a 1908-S included in there. They’re not all that expensive until you get to AU+.
That is true
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