1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF

1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF
1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF
1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF
1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF
1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF
1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF

1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF
Vine and Bars Edge. Great Looking Coin #MF. Why the blazes are my coins encased in plastic? In fact, I was in Minneapolis in the 80’s and remember the dealers who made mass mailings touting their GEMS, and the 3 to 4 times of profit you were going to make. That the whole business was non-regulated, and more highly opinionated than the cable news networks. As we (the more reputable dealers) watched millions of dollars being made on overgraded coins, many knew it would be the end of the coin market if something was not done. Along came the companies that started to consensus grade and backed up their opinions with dealer guarantees and created a more honest playing field so that even a novice or green horn could participate in the coin investing market without having to read 4 volumes of antiquated numismatic literature or going to College classes on grading intricacies given by profiteers. Coin collecting and investing became more regulated and reliable, with dealers and collectors assured that the coin would be pretty close to the right grade, and not tampered with or “mucked” with. Is it one of the reputable companies in the US or Canada? Does it maintain collector trust and recognized by most dealers as a legitimate company with legitimate graders? Has it graded conistently for decades? Do their coins maintain their value time and time again at auctions and on bourse floors? I know, I know, I ramble on more than uncle Joe, who has Alzheimers, but the fact is: New collectors and experienced collectors need knowledge to make better investing decisions. I Price my encapsulated coins off of the PCGS website, go take a peek, the REGISTRY set is a hoot! I think NGC has a good one as well. For my beloved Canadian customers, I use the price guide from the CCN, which I feel is the best gauge of the Canadian Numismatic market. PCGS Authenticated and graded 1793 Wreath Cent Vine and Bars Edge Fine Details Environmental Damage. My goodness, Pay NOW! What are you doing reading this? If you want to give me a tip, that is ok too! Been dealing in coins, comics, stamps, antiques, and anything else I can hoard or sell since I was filling my diaper. Get images that make Supersized seem small. Tailor your auctions with Auctiva’s. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF” is in sale since Tuesday, June 4, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Large Cents\Flowing Hair (1793-96)”. The seller is “icecube” and is located in Remer, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Certification Number: 1347.97/37314445
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Mint Location: Philadelphia
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Year: 1793

1793 Wreath Cent. Vine and Bars Edge. PCGS Fine Details. Great Looking Coin #MF

1863 PCGS Genuine UNC Details U. S. Indian Head Penny Great looking Penny

1863 PCGS Genuine UNC Details U. S. Indian Head Penny Great looking Penny
1863 PCGS Genuine UNC Details U. S. Indian Head Penny Great looking Penny
1863 PCGS Genuine UNC Details U. S. Indian Head Penny Great looking Penny

1863 PCGS Genuine UNC Details U. S. Indian Head Penny Great looking Penny
Check out the rest of our Small Cent listings HERE. This listing is for an 1863 U. PCGS certified genuine, cleaned with uncirculated details. This is a wonderful coin with some light cleaning marks on the reverse. That are hardly perceivable with the naked eye. The coin pictured is the exact coin you will receive. This penny would make a great addition to any collection. Check out the rest of our listings here. The item “1863 PCGS Genuine UNC Details U. S. Indian Head Penny Great looking Penny” is in sale since Saturday, February 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Small Cents\Indian Head (1859-1909)”. The seller is “libertycoinsandgold” and is located in Norman, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Certification Number: 2067.92/32649091
  • Grade: MS 60
  • Year: 1863
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Mint Location: Philadelphia
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Coin: Indian Head

1863 PCGS Genuine UNC Details U. S. Indian Head Penny Great looking Penny

Australia half penny 1940 PCGS 63 BN great looking coin under graded I think

Australia half penny 1940 PCGS 63 BN great looking coin under graded I think

Australia half penny 1940 PCGS 63 BN great looking coin under graded I think
Australia Half penny 1940. The coin in the picture is the coin you receive. All Grades are an Opinion please judge for yourself. Please look at my other items as I have a lot more coins for sale. All post and packaging will be combined at the one cost. If you have any questions or want more pictures then please ask. The coin are sent from out side Australia so please allow a few extra days for post. The item “Australia half penny 1940 PCGS 63 BN great looking coin under graded I think” is in sale since Saturday, March 24, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins\Coins\Australian\Pre-Decimal”. The seller is “leahstar13″ and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Era: 1920s
  • Country: Australia
  • Material: Copper
  • Origin: Australia

Australia half penny 1940 PCGS 63 BN great looking coin under graded I think

1909 VDB Lincoln Head Cent PCGS MS66 RD 66 Even red Color Great Looking Cent

1909 VDB Lincoln Head Cent PCGS MS66 RD 66 Even red Color Great Looking Cent
1909 VDB Lincoln Head Cent PCGS MS66 RD 66 Even red Color Great Looking Cent
1909 VDB Lincoln Head Cent PCGS MS66 RD 66 Even red Color Great Looking Cent
1909 VDB Lincoln Head Cent PCGS MS66 RD 66 Even red Color Great Looking Cent

1909 VDB Lincoln Head Cent PCGS MS66 RD 66 Even red Color Great Looking Cent
First Year Lincoln Head Cent with designers initials V. Problem Free Nice red Lincoln. Slab has very light scratches hardly noticeable in person but enhanced in close up photos. The Lincoln cent (or sometimes called Lincoln penny) is a one-cent coin that has been struck by the United States Mint since 1909. The obverse or heads side was designed by Victor David Brenner, as was the original reverse. The coin has seen several reverse, or tails, designs and now bears one by Lyndall Bass depicting a Union shield. All coins struck by the United States government with a value of 1/100 of a dollar are called cents because the United States has always minted coins using decimals. The penny nickname is a carryover from the coins struck in England, which went to decimals for coins in 1971. In 1905, sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens was hired by the Mint to redesign the cent and the four gold coins, which did not require congressional approval. Two of Saint-Gaudens’s proposed designs for the cent were eventually adapted for the gold pieces, but Saint-Gaudens died in August 1907 before submitting additional designs for the cent. In January 1909, the Mint engaged Brenner to design a cent depicting the late president Abraham Lincoln, 1909 being the centennial year of his birth. It was the first widely circulating design of a U. President on a coin, an idea that had been seen as too monarchical in the past, namely by George Washington. Nevertheless, Brenner’s design was eventually approved, and the new coins were issued to great public interest on August 2, 1909. Brenner’s initials (VDB), on the reverse at its base, were deemed too prominent once the coins were issued, and were removed within days of the release. The initials were restored, this time smaller, on Lincoln’s shoulder, in 1918. Originally struck in 95% copper, the cent coin was changed for one year to steel in 1943 as copper was needed to aid in the war effort. The mint then reverted to 95% copper until 1982, when inflation made copper too expensive and the composition was changed to zinc with an outer copper layer. Brenner’s reverse was replaced in 1959 by a depiction of the Lincoln Memorial designed by Frank Gasparro, for the sesquicentennial of his birth year. The Lincoln Memorial reverse was itself replaced in 2009 by four commemorative designs marking the bicentennial of Lincoln’s birth. Beginning in 2010, Bass’s shield design was coined. The item “1909 VDB Lincoln Head Cent PCGS MS66 RD 66 Even red Color Great Looking Cent” is in sale since Monday, February 11, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Small Cents\Lincoln Wheat (1909-1958)”. The seller is “kendeals” and is located in Indianapolis, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Grade: MS 66 RD
  • Year: 1909 V.D.B.
  • Certification Number: 2425.66/19804346
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Mint Location: Philadelphia
  • Composition: Copper
  • Coin: Lincoln Cent
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

1909 VDB Lincoln Head Cent PCGS MS66 RD 66 Even red Color Great Looking Cent

1902 1C PR65RD PCGS-CAC -(INDIAN HEAD PENNY)-Great looking coin

1902 1C PR65RD PCGS-CAC -(INDIAN HEAD PENNY)-Great looking coin

1902 1C PR65RD PCGS-CAC -(INDIAN HEAD PENNY)-Great looking coin
D R E A M T R O P H Y. 1902 1C PR65RD PCGS. An epic item of prestige, pizzazz, power, and eye popping sex appeal. Possibly opportunity of a lifetime to secure an immensely desirable coin at a fraction of true museum value. 1-The grading of PCGS, NGC, ANACS, ICG price guide is subjective and should be used as a reference so that you have a refer only! Hese grading sources are subjective and grades vary, depends to. CAC, PQ, Sharpness and entire of coin’s structure even for two identical coins with different colors and toning! The price guide offered by them, should be used to gauge the approximate (near or over) value of the coin, NOT THE MARKET VALUE. Which is the first priority and most important factor/specification. The preserved condition of the coin is the main factor to evaluate the market value which is beyond the PCGS, NGC, ANACS and ICG guidelines. Please be aware, the book value is not the same as the market value. As a professional dealer and collector, have done extensive research and as a novice collector, I encourage you to follow the same guidelines stated above! 2- If we have stated in the title’s listing the name and grade number of the coin, that means the coin is graded for sure with the certificate and serial number inside the grading company’s holder. If we have not posted and included, the coin inside the holder’s image, is because of the size of images only since many collectors prefer to see the details of the coin rather than just the certificate and serial number. If you are an astute collector, as soon as you see the coin’s image, you would immediately and definitely realize, that coin is already graded with the certificate and serial number and is already inside the holder/slab with the case, based on the color and shape of the holder especially PCGS, NGC and ANACS! 3- We have provided an extensive variety of rare coins and currency for your references. We assure you that. All of our items. We assure that you will not receive. Fake, phony or copied item. We never ever cheat by tampering with the image. We assure you that you will be. Will want to come back gain. Pictures do not reveal the radiant beauty of our items. In some cases, the pictures are even a lot lower quality than our actual items, UNLIKE many of the other stores. 100% satisfaction is our goal! We want to develop a relationship with you. As our valued customer for many years to come. We provide customers with quality coins and currencies, fair pricing and superior service. Sells conservatively graded/none graded coins that are reasonably priced and selected for specific collecting and investment. We believe that the cornerstone to this endeavor. Is building trust and confidence. Your 100% satisfaction is our goal. We will always put ourselves in you shoes. We want you to have best service. We will treat you like our own families and exactly like the way we would like to. We really like to establish a long term relationship with you and exceptional experience with our company. We are here to help you with your questions and order status. Ur commitment to you is to answer your. The pay pal account. We are fulfilling international orders to worldwide. World-wide fully insured by. Address change approval will be sent to you, otherwise this item will be sent to your. International and national regulations. We’ll contact you within 24 hours. IF YOU PAY BY PAY PAL YOU NEED TO BE. ADDRESS AND SIGNATURE CONFIRMED. Within 14 days if. You are not satisfied with the items. The item “1902 1C PR65RD PCGS-CAC -(INDIAN HEAD PENNY)-Great looking coin” is in sale since Sunday, March 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Small Cents\Indian Head (1859-1909)”. The seller is “dreamtrophy” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Grade: PR 65
  • Certification: PCGS & CAC

1902 1C PR65RD PCGS-CAC -(INDIAN HEAD PENNY)-Great looking coin