GREETINGS AGAIN FROM "CHAMPAGNE MINT ERROR COIN". MY MESSAGE IS SIMPLE AND TO THE POINT. I STRIVE TO PUT FORTH ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT RARITY THAT WAS SUBMITTED BY "CHAMPAGNE MINT ERROR COIN" PRIOR TO THE (2) LAST LISTINGS THAT OCCURRED DURING THE MONTHS OF APRIL AND MAY 2018.
1" INDICATED THAT THE WEAK-STRIKE "S" MINT-MARK LOCATED NEXT TO THE RIGHT OF "1958 IS GENUINE BUT THE OTHER 2 GRADERS DID NOT HAVE THE SAME OPINION. PLEASE REVIEW THE ATTACHED PHOTOGRAPHS THIS IS THE BEST I CAN DO UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES. WITH REGARDS, THE OWNER OF CHAMPAGNE MINT ERROR COIN. While the original edition pennies from 1909 can have significant collectable value other editions of the Lincoln penny can be highly desired by coin collectors as well.
Obviously some mint years -and/or- varieties may be worth considerably more than others, while the minting location may also play a role in the value of a LINCOLN WHEAT EAR PENNY. In addition to the penny's mint year and edition, the coin's overall condition is important when it comes to determining it's value. A S mint mark found under the date of a Lincoln Wheat Penny indicates that the penny was minted by the San Francisco Mint. A D mint mark under the date indicates that the penny was minted in Denver while lack of a mint mark indicate that the penny was minted in Philadelphia. ACQUISITION OF THE 1958 D SAN FRANCISCO LINCOLN WHEAT EAR CENT S MINT MARK.
HISTORY OF THE 1958 D SAN FRANCISCO LINCOLN WHEAT EAR CENT S MINT MARK. The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) has been in existence for 30+ years and has graded and certified a combined total of over 2 BILLION COINS by PCGS World Class Expert Graders renowned for their expertise as to authenciate, certify -and- grade numismatic coinage -and- mint error specimen(s).
The (OWNER) of Champagne Mint Error Coin submit(s) the current information currently as to this 2. The (SAN FRANCISCO MINT) located in San Francisco, California opened it's new minting faculity in 1937. Beginning in 1955 circulating coinage from San Francisco Mint was Suspended/Ended for 13 years. There was no coinage that had the S mint mark on any American coinage Lincoln Penny, Jefferson Nickel, Washington Quarter -and- Roosevelt Dime, Half Dollars, etc. The San Francisco Mint re-assumed and continued striking circulating coinage with the S mint mark in 1968 forth-going to 2018.
The (1958 D San Francisco Lincoln Wheat Ear Cent) birth began as (BLANK PLANCHET) with a Weak-Strike S Mint Mark on the observe side of the coin during the minting process at the San Francisco Mint located in San Francisco, CA. Keep in mind that the 1. Origin of this Extradnatory -and- Incredible specimen has a long story and a long journey to be told as the (specimen) shows a clearly defined (S MINT MARK) next to the right of the date 1958 (Please refer to the pictures in advertisment) in the attached photographs featured. Judge for yourself this extradnatory (1958 D SAN FRANCISCO LINCOLN WHEAT CENT COMMODITY COIN) by Champagne Mint Error Coin upon having acquiring this (RARE SPECIMEN) in 2010 by roll searching (2) 50 Cent Lincoln Cents that was acquired from the BANK OF AMERICA branch.
The (OWNER) received the (specimen) from (PCGS) and contacted The P rofessional Coin Grading Service as to inquire about the (3) PCGS WORLD EXPERT(S) Written Evaluation of the (coin) the the (Owner) was told the following exact w ords from the written evaluation from the (PCGS) 3 Renowned PCGS WORLD CLASS COIN GRADER(S) as follows. PCGS WORLD CLASS GRADER 1: Agreed.It is a S Mint Mark on the coin. PCGS WORLD CLASS GRADER 2: It looks like a S Mint Mark on the coin but I can't be certain.
The grader's decision was undecided. PCGS WORLD CLASS GRADER 3: No. It is not a S Mint Mark. Please keep in mind that there has to be (2) PCGS WORLD CLASS GRADER(S) to CERTIFY and AGREE to the coin having the S Mint Mark, but due to the 2.
PCGS WORLD CLASS GRADER'S Decision being UNDECIDED before submitting the (Specimen) to the 3. PCGS WORLD CLASS GRADER to render the final decision on the (Specimen) the (Specimen) was not (CERTIFIED) by these events. Cham pa gne Mint Error Coin (OWNER) is of the latter as to believe what is present on the specimen and the fact that the PCGS WORLD CLASS GRADER 1 Decision to reflect the existence of the S MINT MARK which is characterized by the Ball Serif indicated on the S Mint Mark and the (OWNER) is confidant in identifying a S mint ma rk on any surface of the planchet when encountered with the assur a nce of the PCGS Grader No. As such please review the attached photographs carefully of the (S MINT MARK) which is a (WEAK STRIKE) on the planchet. But since this a wise investment for anyone's portfolio one s hould consider a final decision to have this great (AMERICAN COMMODITY) to be apart of your divers e portfolio.ITEM SPECIFIC(S): GRADED AU58BN. ENCAPSULATED IN PCGS SECURE HOLDER IN GOOD CONDITION. THE COIN IS ROTATED IN THE HOLDER DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES INVOLVING THE RUBBER RING THAT HOLDS THE COIN IN PLACE IS NOT ATTACHED TO THE PLASTIC PARTS OFTHE HOLDER THEREFORE THE RING AND COIN CAN MOVE AROUND AND ROTATE AFTER THE HOLDER SEALING PROCESS BY PCGS. THE COIN IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LINCOLN WHEAT EAR PENNY. MINT LOCATION: SAN FRANCISCO/ DENVER.
COUNTRY/REGION OF MANUFACTURE: UNITED STATES. DOLLARS FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND U. CHAMPAGNE MINT ERROR COIN THANK YOU FOR YOUR POTENTIAL BUSINESS AND PATRIONAGE AND AS SUCH WISHES YOU GOOD LUCK.
The item "1958 D SAN FRANCISCO WHEAT EAR LINCOLN CENT WEAKSTRIKE S MINTMARK VARIETY" is in sale since Saturday, June 9, 2018. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Errors". The seller is "champagnecoins" and is located in Houston, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.