Marshal Keith

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  1. I promise that I would never do something so stupid however I can't promise you the person I got them from didn't do that
  2. Thank you for your response. I've attached a photos of the coins. Should these be graded and valued? Any information or input would be appreciated.
  3. Thank you for your response. These coins were found in the corner of roof while doing repairs. The coins are in extremely good to great condition. After reviewing what some of the photos of coins at auction have sold for is what prompted the question of the 3000 value. The coins appear, to me, to look better. Again thank you for the response, it is pretty clearly written and I just needed to make sure.
  4. I recently purchased some $5 and $10 gold coins of various years dating back to the late 1890s and early 1900s. I want to get the coins graded and valued. I am picking the tier class gold coins and I don't understand where it says a maximum value up to $3,000. What does that mean? In other words if the value of the coin is $6,000, will it still be graded and valued? I don't know the value of the coins which is why I want to have them valued. Can someone help me answer that question.