Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by bigjpst, Jul 14, 2011.
And would NGC consider these environmental damage if submitted for grading?
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I figure that may be an issue, but SNAD through ebay and paypal will more than likely give me my money even if the seller tries not to. Guys got 6000+feedback with 0 Negs
I wondered myself, but wrote it off as the lighting...
You gambled and lost. Flame away.
This may be true in theory, but how does the seller know the contents are all BU if he has never opened the roll???
If he can claim that the contents are ALL BU, then he should also claim that a majority are damged!!
BTW, definition of Brilliant Uncirculated might not mention rust spots, but uncirculated means just that. It does not imply that the coins are problem free nor that they are perfect. From PCGS;
Sorry I was shooting the pics in weird light and had no white in the pic to adjust the balance on my editing software.
On the other hand, these are steel cents, they all look like that...
It's not a factor. They are BU.
This is where my dilemma lies. You are right in theory, but first of all I paid MS prices for the roll, second the listing says gem b/u. Environmental damage was not mentioned anywhere. This is why I am posting here, because my gut tells me I should chalk it up to experience. Just wanted some opinions. And how do I give good feedback when the coins are all, not some, but all damaged. If I contact the seller he can either tell me to pound sand or not.
Right I am not contesting that they are BU but that leads to my second question. If these coins were to be looked at by Say PCGS would they bag them as environmental damage or just give them low MS grades? And before anyone says they aren't worth grading, just asking
Better, if you sent them to NGC, they would slab them "Uncirculated Details, Corroded". PCGS would just call them "Genuine".
Technically they would be BU, but from my stand point they would only be uncirculated details due to the rust.
Right I only said Pcgs because of your quote. Either way, you answered the question.
Looks like I need to work on another contest. I got 50 prizes:devil:
Definitely not Gem BU, but BU for sure
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