TOP POP 1934 $20 FRN (Finest Known STAR) PCGS About-New 55 # J233199

TOP_POP_1934_20_FRN_Finest_Known_STAR_PCGS_About_New_55_J233199_01_ju TOP POP 1934 $20 FRN (Finest Known STAR) PCGS About-New 55 # J233199
TOP POP 1934 $20 FRN (Finest Known STAR) PCGS About-New 55 # J233199

TOP POP 1934 $20 FRN (Finest Known STAR) PCGS About-New 55 # J233199
Make navigation of desired investment notes easily achievable. Please visit our store by clicking on the blue emblem (looks like a fire extinguisher). Next to our store name and feedback or on the link below. The responsibility and accuracy of the grade of the note lies with the grading company. Please see photos for condition and judge for yourself as. Photos are the description of the non-graded notes. Inaccurate or not described correctly. Have any questions, concerns or h. Ave any notes to sell or consign. Thank you for visiting our store. Have a blessed day! This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Small Size Notes\Federal Reserve Notes”. The seller is “oddcurrency” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, Indonesia, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Croatia, Republic of, Malaysia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Vietnam, Uruguay.
  • Certification: PCGS Currency
  • Denomination: $20
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Grade Designation: Comment-Free
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Unknown
  • Year: 1934
  • Grade: 55
  • Certification Number: 80788005
  • Type: Federal Reserve Note

TOP POP 1934 $20 FRN (Finest Known STAR) PCGS About-New 55 # J233199

INA Nashville Bank of Tennessee 10-Cents US Obsolete Civil-War PCGS 58 Top-Pop

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INA Nashville Bank of Tennessee 10-Cents US Obsolete Civil-War PCGS 58 Top-Pop

INA Nashville Bank of Tennessee 10-Cents US Obsolete Civil-War PCGS 58 Top-Pop
As of 6/17/2022, this is the only TN-195-G56 to be certified by PCGS Banknote. The highest PMG has certified is a F-15. It is of Extreme Rarity on high grade, or for that matter in any grade. If the finest is what you want, this is it. Item#: 9656 Issue: Obsolete Currency United States of America Tennessee, Nashville Bank of Tennessee 1861 10-Cents Catalogue#: Haxby-TN-195-G56 Grade: PCGS PCGS About Uncirculated-58 Ink Erosion Remarkable Quality Super Rare and Finest Known Top-Pop. This is a federally mandated program, and eventually all states will be participating. Powered by SixBit’s eCommerce Solution. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Obsolete Currency”. The seller is “ina_coins” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Denomination: 10c
  • Certification: PCGS Banknote Grading
  • Grade: 58
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Grade Designation: Confederate
  • Certification Number: PMG
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Modified Item: Paper Money
  • Modification Description: Old
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Vintage

INA Nashville Bank of Tennessee 10-Cents US Obsolete Civil-War PCGS 58 Top-Pop

INA Connecticut Stonington Bank $3 Note Finest Known PCGS 68 PPQ Top-Pop Only

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INA Connecticut Stonington Bank $3 Note Finest Known PCGS 68 PPQ Top-Pop Only

INA Connecticut Stonington Bank $3 Note Finest Known PCGS 68 PPQ Top-Pop Only
As of 2-20-2022, this is the only and highest graded certified note, by either PMG or PCGS Banknote. One may never come across another of such quality. A note on quality of Obsolete Bank Notes. Unlike regular US Government notes, bank notes were not printed on the finest of cotton-bond paper or with the best of inks. They were not meant to circulate for a long period of time or circulate throughout the nation. They usually circulated on a local or state level, and probably not more then a few years at best. They were printed on whatever paper was available at the time. On some notes one can see some of the wood or pulp chips in the paper. In some cases, they were printed on earlier notes that were no longer in use. The technology of acid-free paper was not there yet, as seen with some of our national historical documents, and paper was much scarcer than we can today imagine. These notes had to be printed on semi-wet or moist paper, or the ink would not properly adhere. They were very labor intensive, and were printed by hand, one side at a time. They would manually ink the press, place the damp sheet in it, and run the roller over it. The sheet would be hung to dry, and the same process of wetting and printing would be repeated for the reverse. In the case where more than one color was used, the process would have to be repeated for each color. Unpurified water was used in the wetting process, thereby introducing more minerals or impurities to the paper. As a consequence, many of these notes are very difficult to locate without discoloration, color bleeding or what looks like water staining, due to the wetting process. As if that was not enough, they were individually cut with scissors or crude cutting boards, making them very difficult to find with good margins, or the design itself not cut into it. When grading them today, the coloration, bleeding or some stains, do not deduct from the grade, for the great majority have these problems. Margins, alignment and condition of the paper itself are the main grading points. However, when finding some of these notes without many of the usual problems, one should recognize that it is not the norm. That is one of the reasons why I have virtually all of these notes certified. They get sealed in archival holders, minimizing the aging and toning effects by not being exposed to the elements, and it also gives the client reassurance as to its authenticity and grade. I have seen some very white and super clean examples, but, upon close examination, they were nothing more than modern reproductions. Powered by SixBit’s eCommerce Solution. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Obsolete Currency”. The seller is “ina_coins” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Denomination: $3
  • Certification: PCGS Banknote Grading
  • Grade: 68
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Grade Designation: EPQ/PPQ
  • Certification Number: Currency
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Modified Item: Onsolete
  • Modification Description: Confederate
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

INA Connecticut Stonington Bank $3 Note Finest Known PCGS 68 PPQ Top-Pop Only

EGYPT. 1979, Pound, Silver PCGS PR69 Top Pop? FAO Year of Child, AH 1399

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EGYPT. 1979, Pound, Silver PCGS PR69 Top Pop? FAO Year of Child, AH 1399
EGYPT. 1979, Pound, Silver PCGS PR69 Top Pop? FAO Year of Child, AH 1399
EGYPT. 1979, Pound, Silver PCGS PR69 Top Pop? FAO Year of Child, AH 1399
EGYPT. 1979, Pound, Silver PCGS PR69 Top Pop? FAO Year of Child, AH 1399

EGYPT. 1979, Pound, Silver PCGS PR69 Top Pop? FAO Year of Child, AH 1399
Exonumia (Medals and Tokens). Sets and Lots ». 1979 Egypt 1 Pound (Silver). — Grading is subjective — Any opinions in the listing are ours alone — Please look at our photos to evaluate the coin — This is the EXACT COIN you will receive (original, non-stock photos). PCGS PR69 DCAM – None Finer Fao commemorative – Year of the Child PCGS Graded Superb Gem Proof – Top Pop Superior Strike – Clear devices and legends Exceptional eye appeal – Mostly Blast White Dated???? (1979 – 1399) Overall attractive with original mint luster Ultra / Deep Cameo (UC / DCAM) Contrast Highly reflective fields – Heavily frosted devices Rare mintage of only 2,500 pieces. We highly encourage offers If you are interested, feel free to make a reasonable offer! Grading assistance is available by clicking the NGC logo above NGC offers expert opinions for grades and authenticity Please see our policies below for more info INTERNATIONAL BUYERS – ATTENTION!!! If there is still no response, we will send a third and final notice. If no response is made within 24 hours, we will start an unpaid item case. PRICING AND BEST OFFERS (1) Transparency and Accessibility For pricing, we try to use publicly accessible sites because we feel this allows for some standardization and transparency. The most common source we use is Krause’s World Coin Price Guide, but we also use guides where a country has a particularly developed or regularly updated site. Often these include coins of the Commonwealth Australia, Canada, New Zealand, etc. (2) Deviations From Standard Guides Occasionally, we will deviate from the price guides we normally use. However, we only do this where we find the coin is undervalued based off its scarcity, or the particular coin is unique due to a variety or eye appeal. (3) Best Offers YES, we will consider any reasonable offer. The opinion must come from an e-Bay authorized grading service Please note that any opinions listed are our opinions alone. Please use our photographs to develop your own evaluation of condition and quality. If you have any questions/need more information, please feel free to message us. The full cost of this service is eligible to become a voucher, but NGC must receive the coin within 90 days of the review. (3) Independence (No Affiliations) Please note that we are in no ways affiliated with NGC, Krause, or any other company. Although we prefer these companies, we neither receive compensation, nor provide funding for any expert review or use of pricing guides. For coins, we often list coins for sale as raw, but sometimes decide to send them in for grading. If you see a coin you like, feel free to make an offer! We are also receptive to requests to grade one of our coins. (1) Discrepancy and Errors Occasionally, our listings may include errors. When the title, description, and/or photographs conflict, you will receive the item(s) in the photographs. Please note that, unless otherwise stated, the presumption is that there is only one item. For listings with multiple items, we use the lot quantity feature. However, if there is any doubt, please send us a message. (2) Coin Photography We DO NOT use stock photography, even for graded coins. The item(s) you see in our photographs are the ones you will receive. We use 5000K cool white (daylight) lighting for all our photos because we feel this color most accurately reflects our coins. Please note that items may appear different in different lighting. The light’s warmth, intensity, and angle can change the look of the item, especially with reflective items such as coins and jewelry. Sometimes, we know we might have been able to take a better photo and we’re continuously seeking improvement with our photographs. If you have suggestions or comments, let us know! When time allows, we will honor requests for additional photos (3) Presentation and Editing We occasionally create collages for display purposes. We NEVER change the appearance of our coins unless it involves removing numeric grades from non-authorized companies. Such coins must be treated as raw – Adjectival grades are allowed. (4) Coin Conservation / Cleaning We DO NOT advocate cleaning/dipping coins because such coin lose their “mint state” status (in our opinion). Remember, even graded coins can later develop tell-tale signs of cleaning (chemical toning, dip residue, and the like). We also sometimes miss signs of a prior cleaning or dip, especially if we sell on immediately after we acquire a coin. If we do see signs of clear/obvious residue, we WILL treat with distilled water. For coins we treat with distilled water, we include a statement along the lines of “likely cleaned” in our listing. If you suspect any of our coins as cleaned, please message us. We will gladly inspect the coin further as time permits (5) Artificial and Natural Toning We NEVER artificially tone (AT) any of our coins. That is reserved for a group of “coin doctors” that live about 3 hours north of us in a region notorious for AT coins. However, we do accept that several factors may speed up toning, including, but not limited to, heat and humidity. This environment might occur from something as simple as improper storage to something as complex as war. We will state our opinion on whether a coin is artificially or naturally toned. If there are any questions on any of our toned coins, please message – We are happy to disclose either provenance or our opinion! Typically, we use First Class Packaging with tracking for most items. We ALWAYS provide tracking and NEVER use plain envelopes with regular stamps. However, some items are too heavy and bulky, even for a large flat-rate box. These services are provided free of charge. To assist, we can create personalized listings. We may be able to save you considerably. We don’t recommend this, but we have had buyers use this. It does work, but there is considerable risk. We do not tolerate illegal activity, so please do not ask us to commit fraud or any other criminal act. (1) Dedication to Customer Service We take pride in our customer service and are dedicated to ensuring that our customers stay happy. Even if something is out of our control, we will always try to help out. We do not tolerate attempts to defraud and will report such buyers immediately. (2) Comments and Feedback. We appreciate constructive feedback and strive to maintain a 100% feedback record. We seek 100% satisfaction and try to take every possible measure to ensure this. If you are dissatisfied in any way, please reach out to us first. We do listen someone said our layout was awkward, so hopefully this is better! Thank y’all for visiting! This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins: World\Africa\Egypt”. The seller is “riversxian” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Egypt
  • Certification Number: 45073188
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Mintage: 2,500
  • Gregorian Year (Anno Domini): 1979 AD
  • Strike Type: Proof
  • Grade: PR 69
  • Islamic Year (Anno Hijiri): AH 1399
  • Commemorative Subject: Year of the Child
  • Adjectival Grade: Superb Gem Proof
  • Year: 1979
  • Contrast Level: Ultra / Deep Cameo (UC / DCAM)
  • Commemorative Series: FAO
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Silver
  • Denomination: 1 Pound
  • KM Number: 489

EGYPT. 1979, Pound, Silver PCGS PR69 Top Pop? FAO Year of Child, AH 1399

1965, Austria. Gold State Treaty Decennial Medal. (4.5gm!) Top Pop! PCGS SP67

1965_Austria_Gold_State_Treaty_Decennial_Medal_4_5gm_Top_Pop_PCGS_SP67_01_pp 1965, Austria. Gold State Treaty Decennial Medal. (4.5gm!) Top Pop! PCGS SP67
1965, Austria. Gold State Treaty Decennial Medal. (4.5gm!) Top Pop! PCGS SP67
1965, Austria. Gold State Treaty Decennial Medal. (4.5gm!) Top Pop! PCGS SP67

1965, Austria. Gold State Treaty Decennial Medal. (4.5gm!) Top Pop! PCGS SP67
Gold “State Treaty Decennial” Medal. Mint Year: 1965 Mint Place: Vienna (A) Medallist/Engraver: Welz Reference: Friedberg -, KM. Denomination: Medal (1½ Ducats) Condition. Certified and graded by PCGS as SP-67! The slab says Germany, which is of course wrong as we can clearly see the Vienna mint mark”(A)” on the medal! Weight: 4.5gm (1½ Ducat) Material: Gold. Obverse: Bird-eye view of the Belvedere Palace with the heraldic single-headed eagle of the Republic of Austria (with sickle and hammer in claws, which are bound by broken chains). Mint mark (A) and purity marking (986) to left, medallist´s signature (WELZ) to right. Legend: 1955 BELVEDERE 1956. Ten years Austrian State Treaty. Reverse: A page of the Austrian State Treaty, which shows four wax seals and signatures of John Foster Dulles (American diplomat, lawyer, and Republican Party politician), Llewellyn E. (American diplomat), Roger Lalouette (Deputy High Commissioner for Austria), Antoine Pinay (Foreign Minister of France) and Leopold Figl Austrian politician of the Austrian People’s Party (Christian Democrats) and the first Federal Chancellor after World War II. Legend: (striped shield) FRIEDE (striped shield) NEUTRALITÄT (striped shield) FREIHEIT Translated. The Belvedere is a historic building complex in Vienna, Austria, consisting of two Baroque palaces (the Upper and Lower Belvedere), the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. The buildings are set in a Baroque park landscape in the third district of the city, on the south-eastern edge of its centre. It houses the Belvedere museum. The grounds are set on a gentle gradient and include decorative tiered fountains and cascades, Baroque sculptures, and majestic wrought iron gates. The Baroque palace complex was built as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy. The Belvedere was built during a period of extensive construction in Vienna, which at the time was both the imperial capital and home to the ruling Habsburg dynasty. This period of prosperity followed on from the commander-in-chief Prince Eugene of Savoy’s successful conclusion of a series of wars against the Ottoman Empire. The Austrian State Treaty German. Or Austrian Independence Treaty re-established Austria as a sovereign state. It was signed on 15 May 1955 in Vienna, at the Schloss Belvedere among the Allied occupying powers (France, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Soviet Union) and the Austrian government. The neighbouring Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia acceded to the treaty subsequently. It officially came into force on 27 July 1955. Its full title is “Treaty for the re-establishment of an independent and democratic Austria, signed in Vienna on 15 May 1955″ German. The treaty re-established a free, sovereign and democratic Austria. The basis for the treaty was the Moscow Declaration of 30 October 1943. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins: World\Gold”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in this country: AT. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Austria
  • Certification: PCGS
  • KM Number: See detailed description section for full data!
  • Year: 1965

1965, Austria. Gold State Treaty Decennial Medal. (4.5gm!) Top Pop! PCGS SP67

BOSNIA. 1998, 10 Marka, Silver PCGS PR68 Top Pop? Princess Diana

BOSNIA_1998_10_Marka_Silver_PCGS_PR68_Top_Pop_Princess_Diana_01_ik BOSNIA. 1998, 10 Marka, Silver PCGS PR68 Top Pop? Princess Diana
BOSNIA. 1998, 10 Marka, Silver PCGS PR68 Top Pop? Princess Diana
BOSNIA. 1998, 10 Marka, Silver PCGS PR68 Top Pop? Princess Diana
BOSNIA. 1998, 10 Marka, Silver PCGS PR68 Top Pop? Princess Diana
BOSNIA. 1998, 10 Marka, Silver PCGS PR68 Top Pop? Princess Diana

BOSNIA. 1998, 10 Marka, Silver PCGS PR68 Top Pop? Princess Diana
Exonumia (Medals and Tokens). Sets and Lots ». 1998 Bosnia & Herzegovina 10 Marka (Silver). — Grading is subjective — Any opinions in the listing are ours alone — Please look at our photos to evaluate the coin — This is the EXACT COIN you will receive (original, non-stock photos). PCGS PR68 DCAM – None Finer Princess Diana – Memorial Commemorative PCGS Graded Superb Gem Proof – Top Pop Superior strike – Sharp devices, clear legends Exceptional eye appeal – Light toning present Ultra / Deep Cameo (DCAM) Contrast Highly reflective fields – Heavily frosted devices Rare Mintage of only 10,000 pieces. We highly encourage offers If you are interested, feel free to make a reasonable offer! Grading assistance is available by clicking the NGC logo above NGC offers expert opinions for grades and authenticity Please see our policies below for more info INTERNATIONAL BUYERS – ATTENTION!!! If there is still no response, we will send a third and final notice. If no response is made within 24 hours, we will start an unpaid item case. PRICING AND BEST OFFERS (1) Transparency and Accessibility For pricing, we try to use publicly accessible sites because we feel this allows for some standardization and transparency. The most common source we use is Krause’s World Coin Price Guide, but we also use guides where a country has a particularly developed or regularly updated site. Often these include coins of the Commonwealth Australia, Canada, New Zealand, etc. (2) Deviations From Standard Guides Occasionally, we will deviate from the price guides we normally use. However, we only do this where we find the coin is undervalued based off its scarcity, or the particular coin is unique due to a variety or eye appeal. (3) Best Offers YES, we will consider any reasonable offer. The opinion must come from an e-Bay authorized grading service Please note that any opinions listed are our opinions alone. Please use our photographs to develop your own evaluation of condition and quality. If you have any questions/need more information, please feel free to message us. The full cost of this service is eligible to become a voucher, but NGC must receive the coin within 90 days of the review. (3) Independence (No Affiliations) Please note that we are in no ways affiliated with NGC, Krause, or any other company. Although we prefer these companies, we neither receive compensation, nor provide funding for any expert review or use of pricing guides. For coins, we often list coins for sale as raw, but sometimes decide to send them in for grading. If you see a coin you like, feel free to make an offer! We are also receptive to requests to grade one of our coins. (1) Discrepancy and Errors Occasionally, our listings may include errors. When the title, description, and/or photographs conflict, you will receive the item(s) in the photographs. Please note that, unless otherwise stated, the presumption is that there is only one item. For listings with multiple items, we use the lot quantity feature. However, if there is any doubt, please send us a message. (2) Coin Photography We DO NOT use stock photography, even for graded coins. The item(s) you see in our photographs are the ones you will receive. We use 5000K cool white (daylight) lighting for all our photos because we feel this color most accurately reflects our coins. Please note that items may appear different in different lighting. The light’s warmth, intensity, and angle can change the look of the item, especially with reflective items such as coins and jewelry. Sometimes, we know we might have been able to take a better photo and we’re continuously seeking improvement with our photographs. If you have suggestions or comments, let us know! When time allows, we will honor requests for additional photos (3) Presentation and Editing We occasionally create collages for display purposes. We NEVER change the appearance of our coins unless it involves removing numeric grades from non-authorized companies. Such coins must be treated as raw – Adjectival grades are allowed. (4) Coin Conservation / Cleaning We DO NOT advocate cleaning/dipping coins because such coin lose their “mint state” status (in our opinion). Remember, even graded coins can later develop tell-tell signs of cleaning (chemical toning, dip residue, and the like). We also sometimes miss signs of a prior cleaning or dip, especially if we sell on immediately after we acquire a coin. If we do see signs of clear/obvious residue, we WILL treat with distilled water. For coins we treat with distilled water, we include a statement along the lines of “likely cleaned” in our listing. If you suspect any of our coins as cleaned, please message us. We will gladly inspect the coin further as time permits (5) Artificial and Natural Toning We NEVER artificially tone (AT) any of our coins. That is reserved for a group of “coin doctors” that live about 3 hours north of us in a region notorious for AT coins. However, we do accept that several factors may speed up toning, including, but not limited to, heat and humidity. This environment might occur from something as simple as improper storage to something as complex as war. We will state our opinion on whether a coin is artificially or naturally toned. If there are any questions on any of our toned coins, please message – We are happy to disclose either provenance or our opinion! Typically, we use First Class Packaging with tracking for most items. We ALWAYS provide tracking and NEVER use plain envelopes with regular stamps. However, some items are too heavy and bulky, even for a large flat-rate box. These services are provided free of charge. To assist, we can create personalized listings. We may be able to save you considerably. We don’t recommend this, but we have had buyers use this. It does work, but there is considerable risk. We do not tolerate illegal activity, so please do not ask us to commit fraud or any other criminal act. (1) Dedication to Customer Service We take pride in our customer service and are dedicated to ensuring that our customers stay happy. Even if something is out of our control, we will always try to help out. We do not tolerate attempts to defraud and will report such buyers immediately. (2) Comments and Feedback. We appreciate constructive feedback and strive to maintain a 100% feedback record. We seek 100% satisfaction and try to take every possible measure to ensure this. If you are dissatisfied in any way, please reach out to us first. We do listen someone said our layout was awkward, so hopefully this is better! Thank y’all for visiting! This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins: World\Europe\Other European Coins”. The seller is “riversxian” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Certification Number: 45073137
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Strike Type: Proof
  • Contrast Level: Ultra / Deep Cameo (UC / DCAM)
  • Mintage: 10,000
  • Grade: PR 68
  • Commemorative Series: Princess Diana
  • Commemorative Subject: Memorial, First Anniversary of Death
  • Year: 1998
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Silver
  • Denomination: 10 Marka
  • KM Number: 99

BOSNIA. 1998, 10 Marka, Silver PCGS PR68 Top Pop? Princess Diana

PAPUA NEW GUINEA. 1998, 5 Kina PCGS PR63 Top Pop? Diana, Bishop Tutu

PAPUA_NEW_GUINEA_1998_5_Kina_PCGS_PR63_Top_Pop_Diana_Bishop_Tutu_01_mdsq PAPUA NEW GUINEA. 1998, 5 Kina PCGS PR63 Top Pop? Diana, Bishop Tutu
PAPUA NEW GUINEA. 1998, 5 Kina PCGS PR63 Top Pop? Diana, Bishop Tutu
PAPUA NEW GUINEA. 1998, 5 Kina PCGS PR63 Top Pop? Diana, Bishop Tutu
PAPUA NEW GUINEA. 1998, 5 Kina PCGS PR63 Top Pop? Diana, Bishop Tutu
PAPUA NEW GUINEA. 1998, 5 Kina PCGS PR63 Top Pop? Diana, Bishop Tutu

PAPUA NEW GUINEA. 1998, 5 Kina PCGS PR63 Top Pop? Diana, Bishop Tutu
Exonumia (Medals and Tokens). Sets and Lots ». 1998 Papua New Guinea 5 Kina (Silver). — Grading is subjective — Any opinions in the listing are ours alone — Please look at our photos to evaluate the coin — This is the EXACT COIN you will receive (original, non-stock photos). PCGS PR63 DCAM – None Finer Princess Diana with Bishop Tutu Commemorative PCGS Graded Choice Proof – Top Pop Well struck – Sharp devices and legends Nice eye appeal – Mostly white, heavy die prep lines Ultra/Deep Cameo (UC/DCAM) Contrast Highly reflective fields – Heavily frosted devices. We highly encourage offers If you are interested, feel free to make a reasonable offer! Grading assistance is available by clicking the NGC logo above NGC offers expert opinions for grades and authenticity Please see our policies below for more info INTERNATIONAL BUYERS – ATTENTION!!! If there is still no response, we will send a third and final notice. If no response is made within 24 hours, we will start an unpaid item case. PRICING AND BEST OFFERS (1) Transparency and Accessibility For pricing, we try to use publicly accessible sites because we feel this allows for some standardization and transparency. The most common source we use is Krause’s World Coin Price Guide, but we also use guides where a country has a particularly developed or regularly updated site. Often these include coins of the Commonwealth Australia, Canada, New Zealand, etc. (2) Deviations From Standard Guides Occasionally, we will deviate from the price guides we normally use. However, we only do this where we find the coin is undervalued based off its scarcity, or the particular coin is unique due to a variety or eye appeal. (3) Best Offers YES, we will consider any reasonable offer. The opinion must come from an e-Bay authorized grading service Please note that any opinions listed are our opinions alone. Please use our photographs to develop your own evaluation of condition and quality. If you have any questions/need more information, please feel free to message us. The full cost of this service is eligible to become a voucher, but NGC must receive the coin within 90 days of the review. (3) Independence (No Affiliations) Please note that we are in no ways affiliated with NGC, Krause, or any other company. Although we prefer these companies, we neither receive compensation, nor provide funding for any expert review or use of pricing guides. For coins, we often list coins for sale as raw, but sometimes decide to send them in for grading. If you see a coin you like, feel free to make an offer! We are also receptive to requests to grade one of our coins. (1) Discrepancy and Errors Occasionally, our listings may include errors. When the title, description, and/or photographs conflict, you will receive the item(s) in the photographs. Please note that, unless otherwise stated, the presumption is that there is only one item. For listings with multiple items, we use the lot quantity feature. However, if there is any doubt, please send us a message. (2) Coin Photography We DO NOT use stock photography, even for graded coins. The item(s) you see in our photographs are the ones you will receive. We use 5000K cool white (daylight) lighting for all our photos because we feel this color most accurately reflects our coins. Please note that items may appear different in different lighting. The light’s warmth, intensity, and angle can change the look of the item, especially with reflective items such as coins and jewelry. Sometimes, we know we might have been able to take a better photo and we’re continuously seeking improvement with our photographs. If you have suggestions or comments, let us know! When time allows, we will honor requests for additional photos (3) Presentation and Editing We occasionally create collages for display purposes. We NEVER change the appearance of our coins unless it involves removing numeric grades from non-authorized companies. Such coins must be treated as raw – Adjectival grades are allowed. (4) Coin Conservation / Cleaning We DO NOT advocate cleaning/dipping coins because such coin lose their “mint state” status (in our opinion). Remember, even graded coins can later develop tell-tell signs of cleaning (chemical toning, dip residue, and the like). We also sometimes miss signs of a prior cleaning or dip, especially if we sell on immediately after we acquire a coin. If we do see signs of clear/obvious residue, we WILL treat with distilled water. For coins we treat with distilled water, we include a statement along the lines of “likely cleaned” in our listing. If you suspect any of our coins as cleaned, please message us. We will gladly inspect the coin further as time permits (5) Artificial and Natural Toning We NEVER artificially tone (AT) any of our coins. That is reserved for a group of “coin doctors” that live about 3 hours north of us in a region notorious for AT coins. However, we do accept that several factors may speed up toning, including, but not limited to, heat and humidity. This environment might occur from something as simple as improper storage to something as complex as war. We will state our opinion on whether a coin is artificially or naturally toned. If there are any questions on any of our toned coins, please message – We are happy to disclose either provenance or our opinion! Typically, we use First Class Packaging with tracking for most items. We ALWAYS provide tracking and NEVER use plain envelopes with regular stamps. However, some items are too heavy and bulky, even for a large flat-rate box. These services are provided free of charge. To assist, we can create personalized listings. We may be able to save you considerably. We don’t recommend this, but we have had buyers use this. It does work, but there is considerable risk. We do not tolerate illegal activity, so please do not ask us to commit fraud or any other criminal act. (1) Dedication to Customer Service We take pride in our customer service and are dedicated to ensuring that our customers stay happy. Even if something is out of our control, we will always try to help out. We do not tolerate attempts to defraud and will report such buyers immediately. (2) Comments and Feedback. We appreciate constructive feedback and strive to maintain a 100% feedback record. We seek 100% satisfaction and try to take every possible measure to ensure this. If you are dissatisfied in any way, please reach out to us first. We do listen someone said our layout was awkward, so hopefully this is better! Thank y’all for visiting! This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins: World\Australia & Oceania\Other Oceania Coins”. The seller is “riversxian” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Papua New Guinea
  • Certification Number: 45073140
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Commemorative Subject: Bishop Tutu
  • Strike Type: Proof
  • Mintage: 10,000
  • Grade: PR 63
  • Contrast Level: Ultra / Deep Cameo (UC / DCAM)
  • Commemorative Series: Princess Diana
  • Year: 1998
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Silver
  • Denomination: 5 Kina
  • KM Number: 48

PAPUA NEW GUINEA. 1998, 5 Kina PCGS PR63 Top Pop? Diana, Bishop Tutu

2008-w $1 Burnished American Silver Eagle Pcgs Sp70 #44616073 Top Pop

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2008-w $1 Burnished American Silver Eagle Pcgs Sp70 #44616073 Top Pop
2008-w $1 Burnished American Silver Eagle Pcgs Sp70 #44616073 Top Pop
2008-w $1 Burnished American Silver Eagle Pcgs Sp70 #44616073 Top Pop

2008-w $1 Burnished American Silver Eagle Pcgs Sp70 #44616073 Top Pop
THE COIN IN THE PICTURE IS THE EXACT THE COIN YOU WILL RECEIVE! We value your business! We are committed to providing you with excellent customer service. Please let us know if you experience any problems so we can have the opportunity to make things right for you before you leave your feedback. If you have any questions regarding any of our items, please do not hesitate to message us. Please check individual listings for rates. Items and Description: We try to take the best pictures possible so you can accurately judge and determine the condition of the item you are purchasing. Please pay close attention to the photos, as that is the item you will receive. If you wish to return an item, please notify us as soon as possible of receiving the item. Example: If the item was graded and placed in a holder/slab by PCGS, ANACS, NGC, etc. Our Number 1 priority is to make sure our customers are happy – so please message us, and give us the opportunity to make things right if you have any problems or concerns before leaving your feedback. We are a small business and we want to make sure our customers are happy so they keep coming back. We believe that coin collecting should be fun, and it isn’t fun if you have a bad experience. So we will make every effort possible to make your experience with us a positive one! This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Silver\Coins”. The seller is “njmcoins” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification Number: 44616073
  • Fineness: 0.999
  • Coin: American Eagle
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Precious Metal Content per Unit: 1 oz
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Grade: MS 70
  • KM#: 273
  • Year: 2008
  • Brand/Mint: U.S. Mint
  • Composition: Silver
  • Total Precious Metal Content: 1 TROY OUNCE
  • Brand: US MINT

2008-w $1 Burnished American Silver Eagle Pcgs Sp70 #44616073 Top Pop