SeanW9888

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  1. Do you happen to have a link to where we can buy them on NGC? I went through the website, but I must be missing it somewhere.
  2. Hello there, I was wondering if NGC has a place where they sell containers or something to store the coins that are graded by them? I currenlty have 30 coins graded by NGC and since I am just starting out in my collecting career, I think it would be nice to put them in so they don't get all scratched up. Thanks!
  3. That's what made me question is it real or not. You would think that they would have submitted it for certification by now, but it does look real from everything that I can see and can tell. From what I am told though, it came from the collection of their grandfather so it wasn't even a thought really to have it graded as they were just trying to get rid of the pieces of the collection.
  4. Hi everyone, I was wondering everyones thoughts on this coin. Do you believe this to be a real star coin? When looking at the star, it doesn't appear that there is any displaced material around the star and it seems to be relatively cetered on the N and not too close to the A, but there doesn't appear to be a lot of coloring or brown spots in the coin like I normally see with these Grant coins. I don't have access to the coin so I can't really get any other details about the coin.
  5. I was wondering if anyone has an idea of what could have happened to this Walking Liberty? It supposedly came from a "new" roll with a bunch of other 1941-1945 Walking Liberty coins. I'm assuming that this was one of the coins that was at the end of the roll.