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1937 Wheat Lincoln Penny

1937 Wheat Lincoln Penny.

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If a Wheat Lincoln Penny doesn’t have significant errors it’s pretty much worth the value that shows (One Cent). If the Penny has been cleaned or buffed I will say arrogantly that it may be worth even less (-.01). If it’s not Doubled Died or Double stamped and their asking for (X) amount of thousands of dollars, you either have a seller who’s trying to haggle or sell something worthless at a scam level. I do not answer questions about my or even your coins unless your a customer ( you will be spammed) Thank you and good luck on your endeavors selling your coins.


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Grading, which is also called certifying, slabbing, holdering, rating, or encapsulating, is when an independent third party views a coin in person and gives it a numerical grade between 1 and 70 based on its condition. The higher the grade, the more the coin is worth. High grade coins are rarer than low grade coins. Collectors pay more for coins in higher grades. The two most trusted coin grading companies are NGC in Sarasota, FL and PCGS in Newport Beach, CA. Those are the only two companies Coinappraiser.com uses to grade coins.

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