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    It seems to be corrosion since the magnet did not pick it up. Thanks guys for all your comments along with suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikuna View Post
    It seems to be corrosion since the magnet did not pick it up. Thanks guys for all your comments along with suggestions.
    To bad... Would have been awesome to be magnetic... Thanks for the follow up!!!
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    Yes. That would have been great. I heard that high graded 1961 and 1964 pennies can fetch a few thousand dollars. Are you guys familiar with that ? I have those in a fairly decent condition. What say thee ?

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    I would be of no help there... I do not really have any kind of collection nor do I buy or sell coins!!!
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    Not selling yet. I am just seeking information.

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    I heard that high graded 1961 and 1964 pennies can fetch a few thousand dollars.
    You are correct in that high graded coins from the 60s can bring big bucks. However, they need to be MS67 or better and those are extremely rare in that grade. Here is a link to the PCGS grading site with their pricing for coins from this period. It gives you an idea of what they can sell for if you are lucky enough to have one of the very few high grade specimens.

    https://www.pcgs.com/prices/pricegui...+cent+(modern)
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    Thanks. I'll check out the site.

 

 

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