I can answer questions regarding grading,condition and value for United States Coins. I can also answer questions about selling coins on Ebay. I cannot answer questions about paper money or coins from other countries. In almost every situation, I will need to see at least a picture or a scan of any specific coin submitted, so please don't ask what a coin is worth without send a clear image of it along with your question.
I have been an active collector for over 30 years, and a dealer for 20 years. I have bought and sold hundreds of coins.
I have a Bachelor's Degree and Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Scott - Here's one that sold on ebay for $30 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Miscut-Twenty-20-Dollar-Bill-Error-Note-1996-AJ67326503C
John, Unfortunately, nothing stops a seller from incorrectly grading a coin. Even grading services vary widely, as they seek more business from over-grading coins. If you look at similar coins
Eddie, These are Standing Liberty Half Dollars. I would guess there grade to be good and about good. They are worth the value of the silver in them, which is about $10 each. This varies with the
Jose, Don't pay any attention to any slab coin grade unless its graded by PCGS or NGC. NTC and NPG are known for significantly over-grading coins. It's a little hard to tell from the pictures, but I'm
Matt, Yes, I've have had some bad experiences with ANACS. There are now over 25 of similar grading services that overgrade coins in comparison to PCGS. Sorry you had a problem. I feel I have the ability
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