In what direction is the classic 'widget' coin going?

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In what direction is the classic 'widget' coin going?

Post  66tbird on Mon Jun 25, 2007 5:19 pm

So, first post on this forum. A first for me cheers

Anywho, with the rise in coin prices over the last few years. And I mean $100-$500 classics, and the splitting of the grade for a given coin or series, (PQ or entombed) it seems to me that we are at the top.


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Any collection built over the last ten years is going to need to be regraded to get any where near the return it should. Gradeflation can be good and bad, but it still going to cost you.

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Re: In what direction is the classic 'widget' coin going?

Post  CaptHenway on Tue Jun 26, 2007 1:03 am

I am curious......has the PCGS reference set ever been "regraded?"
TD

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Post  StrikeOutXXX on Tue Jun 26, 2007 1:44 pm

CaptHenway wrote:I am curious......has the PCGS reference set ever been "regraded?"
TD

Perhaps they were reimaged with more modern equipment for the posters/books the graders use and the better/different images have caused a slight adjustment in the grades obtained using previous pictures?

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