Coin is weighing at 13 grams and features are very detailed. Would the weight spec be recognized during normal grading
You don't "send" pictures - you drag and drop or you click on the little mountain icon (far right of icon choices above your post) to select from your phones gallery.
1967 Kennedy half dollar
how many digits does you coin scale do? 12 or 12.1 or 12.12 ?
I'm not sure at what weight would pcgs error service consider calling it an error, but the regular grading service wouldn't make a habit of weighing every coin through
The coin is weighing 13.00 grams on my scale. I calibrated against 50 gram weight. I also compared it to 12 other half dollars 1966 through 1968 and they weigh 11.32 through 11.54
Could a be a slightly thick planchet taking the mint tolerance of .19g into account.
Can you supply a picture of both sides. A TPG would not weigh the coin unless it
was requested which would add to the cost.
the important "side" is a photo of it between 2 "regular" half dollars such that you can see the height of all three. but a scale is the main tell. The error coin experts here will have to chime in with more info, questions and suggestions. though a photo of each side is helpful since if it is an error coin the value will also depend upon how beat up it is.
Thanks for your help. I have tried to send pictures without success.