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- Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:12 am
- Forum: RCM Products
- Topic: 1967 Gold $20 coin in flawless shape
- Replies: 2
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It is not 5.288 OZ it is .5288 OZ. The closing price of gold for July the 8th (Saturday) Market closed is 1,611.51. So if I do the math right you would have $852.17 in gold if you were to melt it. If you were to sell it you would not get much more since it is not a rare piece. Sets have sold for aro...
Well die rotations are always rare but depends on the angle. I am thinking it definitely a 60 degree or around that. I think it would definitely be worth some sort of premium. How much I do not know.
- Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:01 pm
- Forum: Canadian Banknotes
- Topic: Interesting Devil's face bill
- Replies: 3
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Very nice bill and it is an out of register printing or a cutting error. It is definitely a circulated piece but since it looks like an error it will more likely add value. I am not 1 hundred percent sure but I can say people will offer what they want to offer with errors but I devils face will add ...
Those are gas bubbles and are because there were problems with the plating. Does not increase the value, and probably decreases it because when those bubbles "pop" or are worn away the interior can be exposed more and rot.
It isn't the clearest picture but I am thinking PMD acid or weather. It looks like there could be some doubling if I had a more clear and closer up picture but it would not explain the rippling effect.