Lincoln Cent Error

1964 Lincoln Cent (1c) On Split Planchet -anacs Ms60bn-rare-mint Error

1964 Lincoln Cent (1c) On Split Planchet -anacs Ms60bn-rare-mint Error
1964 Lincoln Cent (1c) On Split Planchet -anacs Ms60bn-rare-mint Error

1964 Lincoln Cent (1c) On Split Planchet -anacs Ms60bn-rare-mint Error   1964 Lincoln Cent (1c) On Split Planchet -anacs Ms60bn-rare-mint Error

D R E A M T R O P H Y. 1964 LINCOLN CENT (1C) ON SPLIT PLANCHET -ANACS MS60BN-RARE-MINT ERROR. The Mint Error Coins have always held a special attraction to collectors and the less interested public. Whether you were prone to tearing off the corners of this coins to ward off the bad luck of this series in superstitious years passed, or lured to the rarity and challenging pursuit of collecting these, almost everyone wants to tuck them in their collection.

Rare is many ways is an understatement on this amazing wonder error coin that could leave the most jaded and experienced coin auctioneer gasping for air. These series have inspired many collectors to further pursue the hobby, and this stunning example by all means fits that bill. An epic item of prestige, pizzazz, power, and eye popping sex appeal. Possibly opportunity of a lifetime to secure an immensely desirable coin at a fraction of true museum value. A screaming epic dream wonder coin that might just be the very best investment you will ever make. An opportunity to acquire a great coin with a trajectory of huge investment upside. This is a coin that could make the most cynical jaded coin collector cry like a baby. The mere thought of getting to own this supreme dream wonder coin someday, should equal the thrill of being able to experience all of ones childhood Christmas mornings or Chanukah nights at once. Possibly opportunity of a lifetime to secure an immensely desirable mint error coin at a fraction of true museum value. A museum item, if indeed acquired by a museum, will forever be out of private hands. We are blown away and humbled by the honor bestowed upon us when we acquired this treasure. 1-The grading of PCGS, NGC, ANACS, ICG price guide is subjective and should be used as a reference so that you have a refer only! Hese grading sources are subjective and grades vary, depends to.

CAC, PQ, Sharpness and entire of coin's structure even for two identical coins with different colors and toning! The price guide offered by them, should be used to gauge the approximate (near or over) value of the coin, NOT THE MARKET VALUE.

Which is the first priority and most important factor/specification. The preserved condition of the coin is the main factor to evaluate the market value which is beyond the PCGS, NGC, ANACS and ICG guidelines.

Please be aware, the book value is not the same as the market value. As a professional dealer and collector, have done extensive research and as a novice collector, I encourage you to follow the same guidelines stated above!

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If you are an astute collector, as soon as you see the coin's image, you would immediately and definitely realize, that coin is already graded with the certificate and serial number and is already inside the holder/slab with the case, based on the color and shape of the holder especially PCGS, NGC and ANACS! 3- We have provided an extensive variety of rare coins and currency for your references. We assure that you will not receive.

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You are not satisfied with the items. The item "1964 LINCOLN CENT (1C) ON SPLIT PLANCHET -ANACS MS60BN-RARE-MINT ERROR" is in sale since Thursday, November 09, 2017.

This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Errors". The seller is "dreamtrophy" and is located in Los Angeles, California.

This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS 60


1964 Lincoln Cent (1c) On Split Planchet -anacs Ms60bn-rare-mint Error   1964 Lincoln Cent (1c) On Split Planchet -anacs Ms60bn-rare-mint Error