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  1. Oh man

    Is this coin gradable/worth grading

    I would also like to point out that I only collect for fun, and likewise, I would only get the coin graded for fun.
  2. Oh man

    Is this coin gradable/worth grading

    I'll bear this in mind for the future. Cheers, Ronnie.
  3. Oh man

    Is this coin gradable/worth grading

    Thank you all for your advise. It's a good thing I came here before handling it myself! Cheers, Ronnie.
  4. Oh man

    Is this coin gradable/worth grading

    http://s558.photobucket.com/user/OhMaan/media/20180117_180026_zpspuadc8yz.jpg.html http://s558.photobucket.com/user/OhMaan/media/20180117_180014_zpsz994npgp.jpg.html Not sure if this is going to work.
  5. Hi all, So I'm fairly new to coin collecting (since about Summer 2017) and so I have yet to have a coin graded, however I do have a coin I would like to have graded, but (as you know) I'm new, and quite anxious as to how I go about having it done (which company to use, what I should expect, what sort of coins are acceptable, et cetera). The coin in question is a George & the Dragon 1884 S Sovereign. There are no glaring issues with the coin. I think it's about EF, but take that with a pinch of salt, as I'm still pretty inept with grading. (I can't post a picture of the coin as I haven't figured out how. If someone can inform me on how then I would gladly provide some pictures). Cheers, Ronnie.