$550+ NGC Graded Proof Franklin Half Dollar Unboxing – Analysis, Thoughts, and Reflections

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I recently purchased a bit over $500 of NGC graded Proof Franklin Half Dollars, and wanted to let you know that that was going on! Definitely some interesting takeaways, and while this video probably falls more into the "brief wisdom" category (as I try to talk through different things I'm aware of as it relates to the items), I was happy to be able to post it. They're neat items, but also get into the marketing side of the coins business, which is an interesting place that I haven't fully explored (but would like to learn more about).

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18 Comments on “$550+ NGC Graded Proof Franklin Half Dollar Unboxing – Analysis, Thoughts, and Reflections”

  1. Cameo it’s easier for a cameo. I believe you’re supposed to see a mirrored image in the fields for up to 4 inches away so if you hold the coin 4 inches away from your face, you should be able to see your face in the fields, and then, a deep can I believe you’re supposed to be able to see up to 8 inches away from your face but awesome video. Can’t wait to see what comes up next

    1. @Treasure Town anytime my grandfather was the founder and the president of the quid club in Monmouth County New Jersey. He collected with his grandfather who collected with his grandfather, so I picked up a few things along the way.

  2. Something it’s completely different in my country Switzerland as in the US. Slab coins are rarely seen in my country Switzerland. I guess it’s way more unpopular and uncommon where i live than in the US.

  3. Grading coins it’s very expensive where i live because PCGS is in Paris and NGC in Munich. If i want to grade a coin i must pay at least 100 swiss francs (shipping, fees etc.)

  4. What do I do with all the loose coins after I’ve counted a couple of bank boxes full of pennies. I’m talking about the ones I don’t want to keep. Thanks for any help you can give.

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