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- Coining Around
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New to the forum but not new to collecting.I have been coin collecting for a long time but I am new to error coin collecting.My question is do I need to get an error coin graded .Here is the coin in my question.Any help you guys can give me would be helpful.
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Even though it's a WAM the coin's grade is also a determining factor in having it graded and WAM's that are circulated and brown like this are not worth all the fees.
- Master Die Variety Attributer
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I agree with Daniel from a purely financial standpoint.
But if it holds special importance to you for your collection it might be worth the costs. (I've heard fees can range anywhere from $15-$80)
- Coin Wizz
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- Location: palmetto florida.
Welcome and nice find! My coins I have were found by me and I feel like I hit the lottery every time I find one . Most of them probley are not worth the stamp it would cost to send them in but to me their priceless!! I think if I were to sell them one day that some good pictures on these sites, like Daniels ( Face Book group) would sell .. JMO..
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