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HSN Washington Error (ICG graded for $399 worth it??????)

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Their mistake is your gain with this 2007 Washington Dollar Error Coin. Missing all of the edge lettering normally found on a Presidential Dollar, this coin is sure to be a unique and exciting addition to any coin collection.


2007 Washington Dollar Error Coin Features:


Mint error coin - missing all of the edge lettering (date, mint mark, and the logos "In God We Trust", and "E Pluribus Unum")

Washington dollar - obverse features an image of George Washington and the reverse features an image of the Statue of Liberty

Graded a minimum of MS60 by ICG

Sonically sealed acrylic ICG holder - special ICG gaskets within the holder allow for viewing of the missing edge lettering

Presentation box


Is this worth the money, little skeptical about purchasing this???



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I don't know what all went into this particular coin, grading fee, presentation box etc. but these coins can be had on-the-bay for under $100 but as you know, it's a *spoon* shoot out there.


First take, no, no way $399 (band wagon prices)


As these error coins become available the price will come down, I'd wait.

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From the number of "Error" coins showing up, I believe the price may settle in at less than $100 and maybe $50 and with a far better grade. I would certainly wait.

Good Luck


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Hi, Sully


No, not really. I agree with what has been stated here before me. There seems to be many auctions on eBay and other sites at under $100.00 or so!



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