Cherrypicking High Grade Classic Coins at the Local Show – Grade Worthy Acquisitions!

Elegant Coin Display Boxes

Please watch: "How Much Is A 1976 Bicentennial Kennedy Half Dollar Worth? – Do You Have This Coin??"
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I finally get to my first coin show of the year! With the career change and everything going on outside of work, it's nice to finally let loose and attend a local Norcal coin club show. Check out the new acquisitions!

Essential Coin Supplies & Books

ECONOMY COIN HOLDER PACKS –

MYLAR POCKET PAGES –

SINGLE ROW STORAGE BOXES –

NGC GRADED STORAGE BOX –

PCGS GRADED STORAGE BOX –

2"X2" SAFLIPS BULK PACK –

6-COIN TYPE SET HOLDERS –

COIN TUBE ASSORTMENT –

WHITMAN 60 POCKET COIN ALBUM –

WHITMAN COIN FOLDER (CENTS) –

WHITMAN LINCOLN CENTS ALBUM –

LITTLETON TYPE SET ALBUM –

DANSCO JEFFERSON NICKEL ALBUM –

FLAT CLINCH STAPLER –

STAPLER REFILL PACKS –

HASTINGS TRIPLET MAGNIFIER –

USB DIGITAL MICROSCOPE –

2019 RED BOOK PRICE GUIDE –

CHERRYPICKER'S GUIDE VOLUME 1 –

CHERRYPICKER'S GUIDE VOLUME 2 –

STRIKE IT RICH W/POCKET CHANGE –

Dansco Coin Albums

19 Comments on “Cherrypicking High Grade Classic Coins at the Local Show – Grade Worthy Acquisitions!”

  1. Boa noite tenho todas moedas rara quarter dollar de 1971 de 1989 e 1999 e 2000 1788 e 2002 1812 e 2004 1848 e 2005 interessado só chamar whatsapp 21995511037

  2. Ty for diving slightly into the grading and when it’s just not worth it, I feel so many of these auctions have been getting people spirits high and there is a rush to get coins graded and people are spending money to “make money” but it’s just not happening. So everyone should know what the grade is before sending it in, as a group to guess the grade even if you are second guessing yourself because just because it’s slabbed and graded doesn’t mean much at times

  3. I work next to a convention center and have seen what you describe happen 98% of the time, and that is make a purchase just before they are going to pack up and you will save a huge amount of money for what you purchase. Comic-Con, Sakura-Con, and PAX I see this happen all the time. I am positive the same things would happen at coin shows too.

    I do have a question to ask…

    I am fairly new to coin collecting, and for the life of me I have a tough time trying to figure out the different types of double die’s errors out there, and wide AM, vs. Narrow AM’s. I have a few 1982 pennies and can’t tell for the life of me if they are worth anything because I don’t have the experience so I am lost. I can’t tell a small 7 from a large one, even though I look, it is tough for me to figure out.

    So, I put those coins aside and I hope eventually I will be able to go back and figure it out someday. Did you have the same problem when you started out? I am using books, and the internet to assist me. I am thinking about joining a local coin club so I can talk to others about coins.

    I hardly have bought any coins, just a few because I have read in books and magazines to get informative first and then get the coins you like. So, that’s what I’m doing, going slow and trying to figure it out.

    Dave

  4. I know this is last yrs vid but funny about the ’24 peace dollar. It looks nice- – – I bought a ’22 that was priced @ $32 also for $28…We thought it had a scratch on face, it didn’t but had a ripple or 2 around face.

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