My latest CAC results
Thought I would share my latest CAC results. I did well with this batch. The 2 that did not bean (see below), the barber quarter I was pretty sure would not. The 1847 seated dollar for the life of me i don't know why. Normally I can tell why. I asked JA for info so I will find out when they come back (explanatory note or a 'call JA'). Keep in mind the first 3 were NGC crossovers and already CAC'd prior to crossing. But they still undergo an evaluation in the new holder, I just have never had one of these fail. The 2 common Franklin's were OGH, they looked great, and so did the lower grade Barber quarters, but I wanted to see how I was doing in selection and I am building a circulated CAC barber quarter registry set. I was pleased about the bust and liberty seated quarters. You never can tell with both of those as CAC can be really hard on them. The 1895-S and 1902 AU55 quarters have everything they are supposed to have so I was not surprised at all by these but still pleased. What this means is that most of the time, after my 27th submission to CAC, my view on great coins and theirs is mostly aligning. Can't complain about that.
Some may think (based on comments on these boards) that sending in inexpensive coins to CAC is a waste of money. I look at it as $15 of education which is cheap if learning how they view great coins means that I make better decisions on 4 figure coins. Just sayin'
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