Should you grade modern coin rolls, especially from the perspective of opening rolls of unsearched, uncirculated ones (often pennies) and trying to get top pop or conditionally rare coins. I generally tell people not to look for this type of opportunity, as the grading fees are extremely high compared to what the likely value of the coins inside are going to be, but it's still something that I felt I should address (as I often get emails about this). Unfortunately, it's probably not something you should do, but maybe it can make you that much more aware of the potential for varieties, errors, and other possible sources of values (like extreme toners) that you can think about.
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