- Product Details
Heavily damaged, Holed, Bent, No Date, Soldered, etc. Ugly!
Dates of our choice - Type 1 Variety.
80% of reviewers recommend this product
From:San Jose, CA
Date:Feb 26, 2014
I bought this Liberty Head gold $1 coin to have a much cheaper, heavily damaged, coin to compare with my extra fine Liberty Head gold $1 coin. I knowingly purchased a heavily damaged coin but was still disappointed when I noticed there was a small hole drilled through it. After some research, I found that many people were hoarding the coins and using them as jewelry rather than currency. I guess I was lucky that the hole tells a story of how many people used these coins back in the day. I would not recommend this coin for melt value or collection unless already have a finer version.
- Attractive Design
- Collectible (lower mintage)
- Poor Condition
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