Lincoln Cent Error

1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error

1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error
1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error
1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error
1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error
1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error
1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error
1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error

1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error   1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error
1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error TFMF-VII. Why the blazes are my coins encased in plastic? In fact, I was in Minneapolis in the 80's and remember the dealers who made mass mailings touting their GEMS, and the 3 to 4 times of profit you were going to make. That the whole business was non-regulated and more highly opinionated than the cable news networks. As we (the more reputable dealers) watched millions of dollars being made on overgraded coins, many knew it would be the end of the coin market if something was not done. Along came the companies that started to consensus grade and backed up their opinions with dealer guarantees and created a more honest playing field so that even a novice or greenhorn could participate in the coin investing market without having to read 4 volumes of antiquated numismatic literature or going to College classes on grading intricacies given by profiteers. Coin collecting and investing became more regulated and reliable, with dealers and collectors assured that the coin would be pretty close to the right grade, and not tampered with or "mucked" with. Is it one of the reputable companies in the US or Canada?

Does it maintain collector trust and recognized by most dealers as a legitimate company with legitimate graders? Has it graded consistently for decades? Do their coins maintain their value time and time again at auctions and on bourse floors? I know, I know, I ramble on more tha-Dn uncle Joe, who has Alzheimer's, but the fact is: New collectors and experienced collectors need the knowledge to make better investing decisions. I Price my encapsulated coins off of the PCGS website, go take a peek, the REGISTRY set is a hoot!

I think NGC has a good one as well. For my beloved Canadian customers, I use the price guide from the CCN, which I feel is the best gauge of the Canadian Numismatic market.

Double Denomination on 1998 DIME Mint Error. Pay as quick as you possibly can, if I have to wait more than 25 minutes, I might have an embolism! You no like, you return. If it is shiney and has a date on it, I want it!

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The item "1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error" is in sale since Monday, November 26, 2018.

This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Small Cents\Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008)". The seller is "icecube" and is located in Remer, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Certification: PCGS
  • Certification Number: 21382667
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Grade: MS 66
  • Mint Location: Philadelphia
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Year: 1999


1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error   1999 PCGS MS66 Lincoln Cent. Dbl Denom on 1998 DIME Mint Error