1838 PCGS MS62 Bust Quarter, few marks for the grade, satiny luster with even toning, scarce in any mint state grade! On a scale from 1 to 10 (highest is best), in my personal opinion this coin is.Hello and welcome to my collection. I have worked behind the counter in a friend's coin shop and I have 54 years of extensive experience in the hobby. Over the years I have maintained a sizeable numismatic library in support of my favorite hobby ever, so feel free to ask questions, I'm always happy to help a fellow collector.
Numismatics has been a life-long endeavor of passion for me but retirement time is here and it's time to find new custodians for my coins. I will be listing most of these at guide prices but have the room to negotiate on many of them. (yes, there are nasty coin collectors too unfortunately) Grading is not a precise science and all grades are not proper to all viewers so if we can't come to an agreement on grade or price, it's nothing personal, it's just that the coin is that nice in this person's opinion. Others usually agree as my feedback shows. A note about CAC stickers: I have been grading coins with a high degree of proficiency since before ANACS and PCGS were founded.
I never felt the need to get a second opinion on a slab, so if you were wondering if a particular coin listed was ever submitted to CAC, the answer is always the same- I have never submitted a coin to CAC, but I have always searched for coins at the top of the assigned grade or those that I felt were undergraded. A quick peek at my feedback should set your mind at ease that you'll be receiving a coin that is not only certified by one of the two top professional grading services in the world guarantying authenticity, but that is was cherry-picked for being above average or undergraded for the grade assigned and worthy of any premium paid. I never bought junk for my collection and neither should you- you will always find the nicest coins in a picky collector's sets. Thank you for looking and happy collecting!Any coin removed from the slab automatically voids a return. Please read and be aware of these terms before purchasing to avoid any problems later. Thank you and enjoy the hobby! The item "1838 PCGS MS62 Bust Quarter, few marks for the grade, scarce in any mint state" is in sale since Tuesday, August 20, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Quarters\Capped Bust (1815-38)". The seller is "heres*your*change" and is located in Northwoods, Wi. This item can be shipped to United States.