1922 cent with identity issues.
I dwelled on this issue for many years. The value placed on this "variety" is extremely steep. Had it not been for an open hole in the Dansco I would not have even been in the market to buy one. The value of a nice AU coin in a problem free holder is way out of line for a variety coin in my opinion. I mean a nice straight cent is not that expensive however here we are talking about a cent that was born a Denver but Identifies as a Philly. For that reason people apparently value it much more than a normal cent.
These are picks from my point and shoot camera, nothing fancy. The paper background is white copy paper and you can see a blue hue really affects the first photo. I included the blueish photo because it did show better detail in some areas. I'm looking for your honest opinion on grade and condition. What say you.