Why are GSA toned coins not fully appreciated with the appropriate perceived value?
Making these assumptions:
1) The holders have not been compromised, opened, drilled gassed etc.
2) The coins went from bag to sorting tray to holder.
3) They are relatively scarce attractively toned in relation to the overall population.
In sum they are a verifiable example of natural toning processes, known to be unadulterated.
With all the fuss and ridiculous pricing of toned coins these should be valued accordingly. In addition the major TPGs should have a considerable archive of photos made available to peruse for educational purposes.
Thoughts from GSA experts would be appreciated.