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A Matter of Individual Grading Please!

Below are two British North Borneo coins being sold at which were graded GEF ( good extremely fine). The importance of understanding a little bit of grading is extremely importance in your purchase of coins. Alternatively you might go to a reputable and honest coin dealer to buy coins, nevertheless there is still a […]


Ironically, in coin grading term, good condition coin denotes the following: a coin that has a minimum visible condition; the coin is so worn that most of the details are almost flat.Part of the lettering may be illegible it may have fine scratches or minor edge nicks in parts, it may be corroded, stained or […]

Pictorial Grading:50 Cents Queen Victoria 1901,Straits Settlements-Very Fine Condition

Coin Pictorial Grading: Very fine(VF) condition in a coin normally denotes: worn over, but obvious evidence of limited circulation high spots worn but details remains. traces of mint lustre may linger amongst the letters of the inscription. The below picture shows the details on the tiara and the pearls on the bun are still discernable. […]

Pictorial Coin Grading-Extremely Fine Condition Of A 50 Cent Queen Victoria Silver Coin(1871-1901)

For a coin to be considered as extremely fine condition, it should only be: Circulated very slightly re: slightly pitted denoting some circulation highest points of the coin may show signs of wear through handling or by contactwith other coins and may have bag marks re: minor abrasions near tiara, cheek and throat. coins in […]

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