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Shane added his pics in a lower post.


This is the first walker I purchased a few years ago which I bought raw from a local dealer. His grade was 65 and I paid 65 money for the coin. Unfortunately I new little about the differences in grading companies and I took the cheaper route and submitted to ICG. They graded the coin MS65.


I had posted this coin about 18 months ago when looking for advice on selling the coin. After learning the value would be greater in NGC of PCGS plastic. I had also become aware of the star designation and wanted opinions on that also.


Anyhow I remained unsure and decided not to do anything until about a month ago. Having trouble advancing my wheat collection I decided to consign a few coins to Kryptonite Comics.


Shane advised me the coin would do much better in NGC plastic and he felt the coin should go 65*. Today he let me know the results were in and sure enough it did make his grade.


A side not this is one of 3 higher value coins (at least to me) which I bought raw from the dealer and all 3 coins holdered at the dealers grade with no problems.


My pics of this coin are old and not very good. I cant wait to see Shane's pics.


Also a big thanks to Shane on results of a recent consignment that was great. I would recommend him to any one.




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Wow.. Beautiful!

A nicely toned walker is always a great find. And a 1938 ... :luhv:


Great buy!


Please post Shane's pics when you get them!

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Nice color, and a 65* grade doesn't surprise me in the least. I do look forward to seeing Shane's images of the coin. I follow his listings pretty regularly, so I'm guessing that it will be up soon? (No spam intended).

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The initial images made me think of something that was iodine stained. Shane you did a wonderful job bringing out the colors. Congrats on a super nice coin.

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