Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by kaosleeroy108, May 4, 2020.
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Well, you don't understand, see I've this problem with my keyboard lately. When I type a six, a three comes out and when I type a one, a five comes out.
Whatever happened to Detecto?
I don't sell
find me a Ms. 67 rd for 35 $
You have a logic bug
Ah. That's what it is!
I thought it was a bug, ...but a B.S. bug.
If a '52, MS67, I guess $40 +/- a few$ would be close. Only 14 graded higher might inflate it $10-12 ???
How about $36.26 in Dec 2019?
Ask and ye shall receive!
Without more information, it's impossible for me to guess. This is not my area in any case.
I made the comment about "stupid money" because cents from the '50s had high montages, and many of them have survived, even in roll quantities. The trick is finding them in full red with no spots and virtually no scratches. It's all about "condition rarity."
Of course PCGS can control the number of high grade slabs they issue, and that effects the supply and the market price. When they open the flood gates, and that has happened, the prices will fall. That's why I would advise collectors to "tred softly" when you pay good money for these certified coins.
That's a proof coin , i am buying mint state Ms 67 ,68 coins
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