1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

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1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

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Hello
I have a 1926 S Mercury Dime that I would like to send into PCGS for grading. Can you tell me if the coin has FULL Bands.
Thanks for your time and help !! Greatly appreciated...
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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

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images too fuzzy when enlarged, better images required.

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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

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This is a 1928 S imaged here…… Picture mixup?
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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

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Phil P wrote: Fri Jan 21, 2022 1:03 pm Hello
I have a 1926 S Mercury Dime that I would like to send into PCGS for grading. Can you tell me if the coin has FULL Bands.
Thanks for your time and help !! Greatly appreciated...
Phil
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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

#5 Unread post by Funky Strike »

Tough to tell from these pictures - but it also looks like it may be a Large S - Which would give it a little more pop too!

But I'll let the experts weigh in - But better pictures would certainly help!

Good Luck with it!

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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

#6 Unread post by Iceresistance »

Need better quality images, & as Funky Strike pointed out, could be the Large S.
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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

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The coin is circulated and cleaned. Did you look up values for a circulated example before thinking of sending it off?

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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

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Hello
Posted some more pictures hopefully they will be better for you to look at to make an opinion if Full Bands....
Thanks again for your time and evaluation....
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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

#9 Unread post by Daniel »

It doesn't matter if it's full bands if it's cleaned or circulated or both.

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Re: 1928 S Mercury Dime ( Full Bands )

#10 Unread post by Earle42 »

I totally agree with Daniel. You would end up spending money, getting a details coin, and would have poured all the potential profits into getting it encased in plastic.
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