These 1944 nickels are worth significant amounts of money when graded, and I sent in two of my Henning nickels that I thought were in slightly better condition to see how they would come back… and I am really happy with the results! For a grading company like ICG, doing something like this is super interesting, as it differentiates and offers a different product than the average grading companies, so I think it's a good way for them to gain market share (and they should think of ways to continue doing that)! Do you think it was a good idea for me to grade these?
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