Pre 33 gold coins
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I know its impossible to say for sure but I bought these for cheap I'm going to get them graded but any input would be appreciated I just want to get some opinions on what I can expect as far as turn around I want to sell a couple of them but they're so cool I'm starting to feel like golem from lord of the rings holding my precious 

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You have an excellent start on a gold type collection. Common dates but a nice jump into the gold field. Well done :) Enjoy them

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It will cost you roughly $400 to get the 6 coins graded, and if they come back as low MS without details, you can expect roughly $4500. 

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I expect 1 or 2 of them to come back ms65  the rest I'm not sure but I've looked at the same coins graded at ms64 in local coin shops and the 2 1/2 Indian is in my opinion definitely in better condition and the local dealers all want to buy them right at melt and are trying to convince me there xf or vf quality only one was honest and told me grading is subjective and are definitely worth sending in these coins are between 85 and 150 years old they take that into consideration especially with gold because of how easy bag Mark's are made so I think my coins are all except 2 in at least ms63 to 65 the type 2 dollar is beat up and the 10$ Indian is questionable under 16x magnification it looks better than by the naked eye I'm not naive to how much they're worth potentially and I really felt like every dealer was downing the quality to get me to sell them because they all gave me attitude after I declined the offer this is a photo with no glare and alot better camera of the 2 1/2 Indian 

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