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Aren't these prices alittle high??

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I just got a coin magazine... and lucky for me it featured the lincoln cent.... After looking at some good pics I think my Lincoln would grade at 35 - 40... anyhow .. this mag had a coin price guide.... I was looking at some Early cents... Well I got one that is really worn... AG - 3 1794 ... In that grade they had these prices...

Head of 93 $700.00

Head of 94 $125.00

Head of 95 $150.00


Does that not seem alittle high to you?? or is it just me...



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I agree with Carl, these numbers are in line with today's market. The 1794, Head of '93 coins are so rare that you would be lucky to get a CHANCE to buy one those coins @ $700. The price could be over $1,000 today.


Early coins have really gotten to be quite expensive in all grades.

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Bruce, just checked the archives of Heritage for your coin. Here is what I found.


'94 Fine15 ANACS HD of 94--sold for $632.

'94 VF30 ANACS HD of 94--sold for $1207.

'94 XF45 PCGS HD of 94--sold for $2760.

'94 G4 ANACS HD of 93--sold for $948.


No listing for a Head of 95.



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