When it comes to rare coins, condition and eye appeal can mean the difference of hundreds or thousands of dollars. In order to get the most out of your collecting dollar, you will need to study the market and hone your grading eye. In this episode of Let’s Grade Coins, CoinWeek editor Charles Morgan breaks down what he sees when he looks at four classic U.S. coins: a 1914-D $5 half eagle gold coin, an 1852 $10 eagle gold, a 1928 $1 silver, and an 1838 50c silver coin.
Put your knowledge to the test! Grade these coins along with Charles and find out if you can determine the correct grade of each of these classic U.S. coins
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