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Well when I was a kid I quite a few coins and put them up on dog amount recently I started collecting again I got all these coins lots of duplicates have the same year but I don't understand the different coloration. Also don't have the patience for PSA or anything is there a easier way to get them graded in person and if not wheres a good spot to sell some of the stuff


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The different colorations are from different stages of toning. All copper exposed to the elements will tone somewhat, so no big deal there

All seem circulated so unless there is an error somewhere (you don't show the reverse so can't say for sure), they are only worth the value of the copper.


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