Did you buy a winner or a loser from the U.S. Mint?: Inside Coin World
For a comparison of the rare car and rare coin markets, be sure to read the article in this weekâ€™s print and digital issue. First Grade: Learning to Grade the Lincoln, Wheat Ear Cent The Lincoln cents of 1909 to 1958 are among the most collected of U.S ...
Lakeway resident is world-renowned coin expert
And he started at 9 years old, examining coins at his kitchen table in Kalamazoo, Michigan, cultivating his eye for coin grading during too-frigid winters up north. â€śI think from the age of 4 years old and up I always liked money,â€ť Standish said.
Resubmitting or living with grades
You can go to the certifications and expand, and youâ€™ll see more small marks on the cheek of the 1946-D than on the cheek of the 1947-D, which got the lower of the two grade. And at MS-62 to 63, weâ€™re basically talking silver melt on these coins.