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- Wed Jun 09, 2021 8:04 am
- Forum: Errors and Varieties
- Topic: Selling Canadian coinage Errors and Varieties
- Replies: 7
- Views: 299
I think selling your coins is not the problem getting what you want will be your problem. The trend prices are just a starting figure to work from or up to that price. Many things factor in from that point condition is the most important, rarity for each piece, how common the piece is and condition....
They are very collectable I don't know a lot about them either other than yes they are cool coins a member on this forum SPP could tell you all about it as he collects this kind of material. Hopefully he will see this and comment on it as for pricing I think $150.00 + for these if graded probably mo...
- Mon May 17, 2021 12:59 pm
- Forum: Grading Help
- Topic: 1917 - 1, 10, 25 & 50 cents
- Replies: 4
- Views: 849
That's a nice set of high grade coins I would think maybe in the MS-64+ area, the 50 cent if it is a rim ding might be graded AU detailed by some grading companies
- Tue May 11, 2021 8:45 am
- Forum: Conservation and Classification
- Topic: Is NGC better than ICCS
- Replies: 8
- Views: 4183
I'm in favor of PCGS graded coins over all other graders for Canadian coins. I have sent in several ICCS + NGC graded coins to PCGS many come back Detailed (cleaned), (scratch) (Rim Dings) as the other two graders (ICCS) + (NGC) don't make note of these Details. So for me PCGS is #1 for grading Cana...
I agree Bill is correct in his answer no DP9's or 9/8 but you should still check out the Haxby site not only will it tell you what you have in the 1859 coins its fun to track the die down. the die cracks and dp letters really help anyway Happy Hunting
My guess is: 1st coin is a Haxby 1859-PC59-179 50+J9 VG - 10 condition no DP9 2nd coin Haxby 1859-PC59-244 80a+P18 EF condition 3rd coin Haxby 1859-PC59-188 54b+J13b Vf condition 4th coin same as the 2nd coin 5th coin I'll work on it I need more time as its pretty worn out is there any die cracks on...
If you could provide a complete picture of the Reverse it would help greatly to help you identify your 1859's, if the forum needs the Obverse to help they might ask for them as well. It helps to see all the key markers of a coin when identifying certain coins.
- Thu May 06, 2021 10:44 am
- Forum: Grading Help
- Topic: Can you guys help me grade these coins from the 1800s?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 710
I would grade the first coin at VF the second at Fine