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franklin halves

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i have the entire series of franklin halves in ms 64 or better with full bell lines


If you're sure that they actually are full bell lines and 64 or above, I'd say go for it. Otherwise, if you're not sure and they don't grade then it would be a huge waste of money.


The set could be worth anywhere from $500 to many, many thousands of dollars depending upon the grades and FBL designations.

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I just sold my BU set for $1000. To get it certified would probably have cost me $500, but most of my coins were not FBL. If you are certain that all, or nearly all of yours are indeed FBL material, then I think you'd do best to get them certified at NGC. But non-FBL coins, in my opinion, are just not worth the added expense, unless they're unusually high grade.



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