Curtwood, March 14, 2019
Well, whatever it might have been worth, the value won't be improved by it being thumbed. But neither will it drop very much. It's worth $0.25.
Agreed.....face value on that one. They made hundreds of millions of 1972 quarters at both mints, and mint state examples are still extremely common thanks to Mint Sets. This situation in unlikely to ever change. But JKK is right......you really should hold coins the way you are in that list picture. If you had a valuable coin, placing your thumb and finger on the obverse and reverse would have damaged the value for sure.
right now a ms66 is on ebay for $15.99 and a ms67 is $33.99 both already certified by ngc.
But consider it probably COST $30 or more to have them graded
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