Does a green CAC bean lower the value of nice coins in OGH?
Theoretical question: Assume there is a coin in an OGH that is an attractive coin. Just to pick round numbers, assume also that it's a coin that retails at $1k in its stated grade and $5k next grade higher. The exact dollar amounts don't matter, it's just an example.
If the coin has no bean, and it looks attractive, a seller/consignor may run into potential buyers who are trying to figure out the odds of the crackout game. Nice coin, conservatively graded by old standards, may well be worth paying more than retail of that grade money to take a shot at the crackout. But if the coin has a green bean, then JA has said that it's a solid for the stated grade. If he thought it would crackout and upgrade , he'd have put a gold bean on it. So this coin might get sold closer to "nice looking at the stated grade" money instead of "nice looking with a decent upgrade chance."
Just a thought that popped into my head when I saw an OGH coin with a green bean in an auction catalog.
Successful BST (me as buyer) with: Collectorcoins, PipestonePete, JasonRiffeRareCoins