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Consigned some Japanese coins to Heritage

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The auction closed today.

Of 11 lots I consigned to Heritage, I gained money on 6 lots and lost money on 5 lots.

Out of curiousity, I consinged 2 1870 10 sen coin in different grade to see what would happen.



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As you can see, one is in MS64 and another is in MS67.

Although the one in MS67 is more lusterous than the one in MS64, the difference isn't as obvious as the pictures show. Both are lusterous, white nice coins.

After including the juice, The MS64 example realized $138 and the MS67 realized $745.

I bought MS64 from Heritage while ago as a part of a lot and I picked MS67 at a local show as raw and got slabbed by PCGS....I made some money on it :grin:


I'm not sure if the price difference is fair. They both look nice and with that price, I would settle with MS64, but when you think about the prices for common date seated dimes in MS64 VS MS67 from this ara, the one in MS67 still might have been a bargain.

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