what a gr8 day this is....
went to a local collectors shop(i didnt even know was there) and asked for the infamous 1928 p peace silver dollar. he looked and said let me call my dealer, when he got off the phone he said "is ms 60+ good?" my eyes lit up(is this guy serous)who wouldnt want that. i told him that i wanted it and to get back on the phone and get it.
he said it will cost you 450.00 can you afford that? i laughed (cause im wearing 20,000. in gold and diamonds arround neck and in tee
Yes I too have noticed that my last 2 submissions currently at NGC have gone through alot quicker than previous orders. which makes me extreemely happy. Especially since I have 2 orders at PCGS that have been there for 2 months now and everytime I call all I get is arrogance and the statement next time use the regular service for $30.00 per coin for 15 day turnaround. Usually I reply why would I do that when NGC can do it for 1/2 the price in 12 to 15 days.
I don't think
There is a lot of work to be done..but Im getting there
Well I have begun work on imaging my entire collection for display online. It will be alot of work (the imaging part is the most time-consuming) Not only will this allow me to sahre my collection, but it will also provide me with a visual inventory. If anyone wants to check it out please stop by and sign my guestbook. Let me know what I can improve on.
My PCGS Certified 1969-S Doubled Die
This is the newest and finest of two 1969-S DDO pennies just added to my collection Check it out. I'll have to post two photos in separate journals. The certification is 09806144
got this coin for 10$ ...
and i think it is wonderful. i dont know if it has been cleaned but even her face and dress still are well visable. even if it comes back body i will be happy with it.
i dont know what exactly to be looking for when looking fot cleaned coins.but im sure i will learn as time goes by.
im a collector and not a coin"racer" out to win.
i still dont like "losing" but the coins are on display at my house in large lighted display case for all to see and even the dirty
1888 O NGC MS63PL, 1881S PCGS MS64PL
I have two beatifull morgan dollars for sale. Both are certifed and they are true to the grade, the 1888O may be have a chance be a DPML.
The price is 85.00 for the 1888O and 95.00 for the 1881S plus shipping. If you interested and would like to see a pictures please let me know
Richard told me (he's my local, Honest, coin dealer at "The Copper Coin Shop here in Marquette, MI,) that particulally with Morgans today.....
I need to be careful what I'm buying. He says a lot of the old timers who collected coins years ago wouldn't think twice about shining up their coins. He says they'd buff them up and make'em shine so their collections looked real nice...today alot of those coins are falling into the hands of the next generation or the generation after that and being liq
I'm working on a personal set of Military Coins. So far I......
Have the following 35 coins as proposed pieces for this set: Are there others? any ideas?? Thanks for listening....I'm in a talkative mood this morning.
Battle of Antietam 1937 silver half dollar
Black Revolutionary War Patriots 1998 S silver dollar
Black Revolutionary War Patriots Proof 1998 S silver dollar
Civil War Battlefield Preservation 1995 P clad half dollar
Civil War Battlefield Preservation Proof 1995 S silve
what about teh bicentennial quarter??
your list is somewhat difficult to read, in that you sometimes mention the proof and ms versions of the mods, but not always, so i will assume that you meant to list both.
first, the 1976 quarter has a drummer boy on the back, which would seem to fit your plan.
the 1982 washington half has gw in his army regalia
likewise, the lafayette dollar.
all teh texas commems (the reverse has the alamo on it)
lexington (i don't remember if you listed it)
need 3 more 2 faced coins
im now looking for the final 3 2 faced coins for my collection.
they are the philippine issues:
1936 m silver fifty centavos
1936 m silver one peso(busts of murphy and quezon)
1936 m silver one peso(busts of roosevelt and quezon)
if any1 might have these for trade or sale i am interested:)
That has got to be a record for NGC!!
I sent my coins in with an early bird tier and they were received on the 17th and today the 24th they have been finalized/imaged/shipped that is only 7 calander days no where near the 24 work days they are advertising for turn around for early bird service so I have to say I am very pleased and just wanted to shar my experience with all of you because I always see how long it took but never see anyone post if they got their order done faster than expected
i to love the fact
that ngc works hard to get the coins back to me in a timely matter.on my first send in, 2 gsa cc morgans, came back within 8 days of sending. i use overnight so that there is less tym for usps or others to have in transit. but the fact that they came back so fast is heart warming to me.
they do a gr8 job and do it fast.
i am sending in my next 8 coins in on the first of the month.
Have I gone completely crazy or just not remebering correctly?
With most coins, the Proof coins are designated either Cameo or Ultra Cameo. But with the copper coins, the Lincolns specifically in this case, the coins have the added terms of Brown (BN), Red-Brown (RB) or Red (RD) attributed to them.
I opened my Proof sets of Lincoln's just a few minutes ago to find that only the Techinical MS Grade was shown. Have I lost it or what? Just a week ago, the entire grade was shown in the list,
My impression of NGC has GREATLY increased over the past few months.
I guess my first couple "body bags" taught me quite a bit, and I was disappointed at the "missed" imperfections.
We live, we learn...My most recent submition of 12 coins resulted in 0 body bags, and a brand spanking new MS 67 1976-D Bicentennial 50C. What REAALLLLY impressed me though was the fact that I had requested my modern nickels be placed in a set, if they graded equally, in hindsight, I never
What is up with the US Mint?
The Mint must not be doing it's job producing so many MS69 Modern coins. They need to get with the program and start changing the dies more often. I like Jacksons logic on what will make you more $ in the long run. If it wasn't for the registry sets, why would collectors pay so much for 70 Top Pop. coins anyway? I am with you Jackson all the way. I say perfection is in the eye of the beholder.
Two Years Of Utter Frustration!
I've been looking for either a NGC or PCGS certified and graded 1991-D Mount Rushmore 50c comemmorative half dollar in MS 70. I would be more than grateful to anyone who can point me in the right direction on locating one. Thanks, Kevin
Here is one on ebay
I was searching on ebay for the coin you are looking for and here is a link to it in MS-70 condition by NGC http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=8423773193 and here is pictures of the coin mentioned
As the umpire said, "some are balls and some are strikes, but thet're nothin' till I call them."
Why send them in for grading if they are all the same? Right. That?s what NGC and PCGS said. The reason dealers send modern proofs to be graded by the thousands is because NGC and PCGS will grade only a small percent 70. These are the ones that sell for big money. Are these 70?s nicer than the common 69?s? Of course not. If NGC and PCGS gave an honest grade the vast majority would be 70. Bu
They didn't have a chance. I could feel it the moment I laid eyes on these beauties at the local.....
coin shop. One at a time he removed them from the box...the first was bright, filling the shop with dancing circular spot of sunlight as I turned the 1881cc Morgan over in my hand, wow! what a gem I though. Then he said look at this...and handed me the 1904 S Silver Dollar...but for the ever so slight toning, it looked like it had just arrived from the mint. I mean it look beautiful!!! Richard
That is way I only buy slabed coins. Some dealers would have told you that the coin was not clean when you bought it, so you must have done it.
So, you are lucky that Rich is an honest dealer, and is going to give you your money back.
i have a few coins that look ms60 +
but they have some darkness to them. i know if it were clean it would show some very nice luster and hair and such...but im not going to atemp to clean my self without knowing how to"properly" clean coins. is there a way to clean right? or do i spend the (?) money to get them cleaned by ngc b4 grading?
any feedback would be appreciated:)
found this morgan on ebay.
it was 16m till end and was at 16$ i bid 20 and got it.it is very brilliant and has very good markings. but as more and more morgans hit the bone yard i am worried. so i thaught i would put the scan up for all to judge for themselves. what do you folks think did i get a good deal or is it 1 for the bone yard?
1889 p mor