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    My Collection - What is your opinion?

    This is just a part of my collection that I recently aquired and I have done a fair amount of research on each coin, but I would like a more open opinion. I do plan to have all these graded though but wanted some feedback first. Let me know what you think about any of them. Thanks

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    Graded:
    1937-D PCGS AU55 3 Legs 5c (2792671) Front/Back
    1924 PCGS MS66 20$ (50014392) Front/Back
    1928 PCGS MS66 20$ (50014619) Front/Back

    Ungraded:
    1960-D Franklin Half Front/Back
    1960-D Franklin Half (See first, all the exact same)
    1960-D Franklin Half (See first, all the exact same)
    1960-D Franklin Half (See first, all the exact same)
    1964 Kennedy Half (1) Front/Back *I am hoping my two Kennedys are the accented hair but I would like a more professional opinion.
    1964 Kennedy Half (2) Front/Back
    1898 Twenty Dollars Front/Back
    1871 One Dol. Front/Back
    1864 One Cent Front/Back
    1908-S One Cent Front/Back

    1881-S Morgan Front/Back
    1889-CC Morgan Front/Back
    1892-CC Morgan Front/Back
    1896-O Morgan Front/Back
    1899 Morgan (1) Front/Back
    1899 Morgan (2) Front/Back

    1922 Peace Front/Back
    1928 Peace Front/Back

    I got some other gold and silver US coins as well as some foreign ones, but these are the ones that I am most interested in at the moment.

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    Hey Apollo.

    I like the $20's you have - awesome. Did you buy them at that grade, or were they graded raw? If they were graded when you bought them, there's always a chance that you can get a + on them, or obviously one grade up. Maybe get them trueviewed too while they are at PCGS. The others look like they are worth sending out.

    Sorry for such a late reply, I some how missed this thread!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesh View Post
    Hey Apollo.

    I like the $20's you have - awesome. Did you buy them at that grade, or were they graded raw? If they were graded when you bought them, there's always a chance that you can get a + on them, or obviously one grade up. Maybe get them trueviewed too while they are at PCGS. The others look like they are worth sending out.

    Sorry for such a late reply, I some how missed this thread!!
    Hey there I actually just sold those two today unfortunately so they are no longer in my collection I sold them for 6 grand but got away with a 5,500 profit What are they morgans worth in your opinion? Rough estimate based on the pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by ApolloTheGod View Post
    Hey there I actually just sold those two today unfortunately so they are no longer in my collection I sold them for 6 grand but got away with a 5,500 profit What are they morgans worth in your opinion? Rough estimate based on the pics
    You must have bought the doubles raw when gold was cheap, eh?

    I'm not very good at grading Morgans, however the dates are pretty good. Even the 1889-CC PCGS guide for a F4 is $475 and yours is much better then F4. The prices on the 1892-CC are nice. The 1899 looks PL, as does the 1881, but the 1899 in PL is worth more.

    Sorry I can't help with the grades but I'd be way off on those.

    Where did you pick these up? Do you have any books on grading?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesh View Post
    You must have bought the doubles raw when gold was cheap, eh?

    I'm not very good at grading Morgans, however the dates are pretty good. Even the 1889-CC PCGS guide for a F4 is $475 and yours is much better then F4. The prices on the 1892-CC are nice. The 1899 looks PL, as does the 1881, but the 1899 in PL is worth more.

    Sorry I can't help with the grades but I'd be way off on those.

    Where did you pick these up? Do you have any books on grading?
    I actually bought the 20s graded for 500 each! I guess the girl didnt know what she had. I assumed it was her husbands or something you know and as for the morgans I picked all of them up for 400 total. I have a ton of books but I am just not experienced enough. I have intentions to send them in when I can get the time

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    Wow, that's quite the collection..

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    wow! you must have bought when gold was low to make a profit like that!

 

 

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