Help me grade a few tokens and other help please......
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The show is coming up in Long Beach in a few days and thought to run by some of my tokens to get a few ideas as to grades.

Also I was wondering if a few tokens can or is worth being conserved and then slabbed?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

 

 

Stefanie

 

 

 

Worth conserving and getting graded?

 

 

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Conserve and grade?

 

 

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Conserve and grade?

 

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I think this one may be MS63 but hoping for PL as well

 

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Conserve and grade?

 

 

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Get graded?

 

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Get graded?

 

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Get graded......maybe AU50?

 

 

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Is the green on the obverse enough to get a no grade?

Or get conserved and slabbed?

 

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Its brass and has the D/O, so it maybe valuable in AU. It looks MS62 to me though.

 

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and, last but not least...........do you think this one has a chance at MS?

 

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Hi there my 2c

 

1. Nice rim cud, Conserve VF-details No grade environmental damage

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2. Conserve, VF-45 to AU-50

 

3. Conserve, No grade environmental damage

 

4. MS-62-63PL

 

5. Conserve, environmental damage No grade

 

6. Don't get graded

 

7. VF-45

 

8. Conserve, AU-50

 

9. Conserve, MS-60

 

10. AU-50 at best lots of ware on high points

 

11. Unnatural tone

 

12 MS-62-MS-63

 

Just my opinion and i know nothing .. as it has been proven on many occasions lol

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Some nice stuff there. I am doing a quick check to see if there are any high value pieces that might be worthy of certification. I am NOT too good at this but what the heck...I'll give it a shot.

 

First token (boar) don't certify, common and corroded

 

Second, Scovill Manufacturing Company, (1855) $45-$50 range in my 1999 edition, a couple of spots but I think it's a decent looking piece

 

Third, ship/coppers 20% premium...couldn't find it

 

4th, A.C. Yates SIgn of the Old Fat Man with Specs, nice looking NY token. common, probably not worth slabbing

 

5th William J. Mullen a scarcer issue $100 in XF...I'm not sure what is going on in the ear (green stuff) but this might be worth a shot...maybe as PCGS "Genuine"???

 

6th, Mint Drop HT-61. $50 XF, might be worth a shot at certification but a couple obverse spots make me not so sure,

 

7th I take the Responsibility, HT 70 I believe, nice piece but common $40 in XF

 

8th..."Am I not a woman and a sister" HT- 81 or 81a...depending on 28.3 mm or 27 mm. VF $55, XF $90. When I was collecting this stuff, I had a hard time finding a nice one of these. It's a popular token. I'd spring for the slab.

 

9th. Dodd and Company. Nice looking Ohio token but not rare, $15-$20 in XF,

 

10th, Am I not a man and brother., 1837..$100 in VF Nice piece...another popular token that I never found for my collection. I'd do the slab thing on this one

 

11th, Union store of A. Wise, NY. Beautiful colors, minted in 1850's $10-$25 XF, $25 Unc. NY 955 or 955a, maybe not worth the slab cost but the toning might bring a premium from the right buyer (if it's natural toning)

 

12th, same as number 2(1855) but much nicer. $35-$45 XF and $85 unc. I'd take the risk on slabbing this one.

 

My opinions only...not an expert but some of your pieces are really nice!!

 

RI AL

 

 

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