Whether or not to have specific coins professionally graded
I have a coin collection that I have had 60 plus years - since my childhood. There are a few generally low denomination coins which appear to be in pristine uncirculated condition. For one example, I have what seems to be a flawless 1863 Indian penny. I realize condition is a major if not the primary consideration with regard to collection worthiness and value of the coin. I also know it is unwise to spend "more that it is worth" to have a coin professionally graded but, at the same time, I really do not know whether or not the coin is as exceptional as I think it is, or otherwise has significant value. My question is - should I spend money to have this and other similar coins professionally graded knowing the chances are likely the values of each coin will be nominal.