Vincent J. LaBella Sr

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  1. Thanks, it is currently in a heavily bolted down safe some where. Would you venture a guess as to, and I hate to even venture into this but, it's relevant value compared to others you may have seen. Better, average, not so good. Thanks again. V.LaBella Sr
  2. I have a 1652 Pine Tree Schilling Sm. Plancet, I found as a child buried in dirt from colonial Wethersfield CT. in 1952. I put it away, lost it, found it. Sent to NGC came back XF Details, Environmental damage. First time, any ideas what to do next. Thanks V. LaBella Sr