Some 1930-58 Lincoln's graded in 2002-2004 era MS67RD (Wheats) - before plus that are CAC
~~I have a couple of dozen Lincoln wheats graded MS67RD in the 2002-2004 time frame that were CAC stickered early on in CAC. This was before the + designation from PCGS. I am thinking of selling them and wondering would it behove me to get them regraded and then re-CAC? Some of these were the top notch coins before plus and when PCGS would not give out an MS68RD Lincoln. Some of my coins I sold and were later upgraded, I always kept the best. Does it pencil out? I don't need the money I just am no longer interested and want to just not burden my heirs. Thoughts?