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Do any of these desired and worth submitting for grading?

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4 hours ago, JKK said:


JKK is absolutely correct.  As to which ones are worth grading, that can be a complicated answer.  The keys (1909-S, 1909-SVDB, 1914-D, 1922 no D, 1931-S, 1955 DDO, 1972 DDO FS-101) are almost always worth grading.  You can add to that list any of the earlier dates (1909-1933) in nice Mint State grades, especially if they are full red.  There are some more modern varieties such as the 1970-S Small Date in either MS or Proof or the 1981-S Type 2 Proof that are desirable and that can be worth grading as well.  In a nutshell, that's the simple answer to the grading question.  As to your coins, they aren't worth grading nor desirable for a couple of reasons.  The 1913 is a common issue in the context of the early years of the Lincoln series, and your example is in a very low grade.  The 1968 can still be found very easily in circulation, even with red coloration, today and is only worth a cent, especially since your coin is circulated.

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