Good Advice, NOT taken?
Hi guys, do you ever occasionally get, what some might call, "good advice", that at the time seems like good advice but can actually be not good at all? Yes, we all have gotten good advise from our parents and teachers that in fact, turned out to be great advise. Esp. when growing up. And for the most part, we kids DID take that wise and good advise. Lol.
Anyway, my whole reason I started this thread was because some of you guys have given me "good advice", in most of my threads. Majority of your advise posted, I've taken. Then in the end most of the time your advise would be the right advise to take. I even take my wife's advice from time to time. Albeit how hard that may be. Lol. So here's the advise given to me on this one particular coin. It's the 1972d Kennedy, that I think is the "NO FG" variety. Majority of you guys adviced that it wasn't the NO FG variety. Some, fewer than most, agree with me. Including my dealer friend. Speaking of him. He "advised " that whether the coin turns out to be the variety or not, he claims that the coin has "environmental damage ". Boy o boy. So not only, I have many of you guys disagreeing with me on the variety but now I have my friend disagreeing with me about the coin's condition. Lol
In closing, Although advise given to me, in which I am most appreciated of. By you guys, as well as, from my friend. I have decided to take my own advise and disagree with both suggestions. By sending the coin in to PCGS. I'll let our Host decide of which advise was the best taken. Thank you all guys, for your "good advice". Lol
One last thing. Even if my friend's advice turns out to be correct. I'd still be happy with the holder stating, " environmental damage " but having the variety on it.
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