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I've been watching Daniel's videos for a couple of years since I inherited some coins that I wanted to learn more about. I've always liked to search through change and pull out old coins but never did anything serious with it. It always seemed far too complicated when it came to grading the coins. I'm going to be posting some pics of coins that possibly should be graded - I'm not sure. I've looked at the PCGS photograde (or whatever its called) to see what I have but it is tough to determine. I check ebay sold listings for values and examples of grades as well - per Daniels suggestion from one of my youtube comments. Thank you all in advance for any assistance. I've read through the rules and guidelines so hopefully I don't mess up. I recently made my first actual old coin purchase. Probably made a mistake buying a Morgan at an online auction. Paid a little too much but all the coins were going for more than I thought they would/should. Live and learn.

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Welcome...we try our best to educate people here by answering them and pointing them to proper resources when we can. So feel free to ask questions.

Please DON'T feel we are “being negative when our answers are sometimes short with few 🌺🌻🌼 in them. 😊

Quite a few of us spend hours here daily to try to help a lot of people so time is against us.

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