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IMO....price guide on errors is just silly....every error is unique.




I agree and the market is often under capitalized, making it difficult to come up with viable price ranges. Accurate pricing requires a lot of experience with errors and a bit of intuition at times.

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1967 25c on 1c planchet. Looked interesting and sold for around $750 with/shipping. Does this coin seem to have sold cheap? I have seen dealers list these for 950-1200.




I don't know if the coin sold for a "cheap" price or not. But what dealers have listed others at is not nearly as relevant as what they have actually sold them for.

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It was a big mark-up over the first person who discovered it in a bag or roll, where it cost about 25 cents


That Teletrade sale is a rather attractive example


Off-metal strikes are kinda cool, some more so than others


Fred Weinberg has a similar one for a couple hundred more

Weinberg listing




price is dependant on supply and demand

if you keep posting attractive examples, you will increase the demand

which is good if you are selling, but not for buying

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