Actually, I like the idea of grading planchets. Most of my blanks look like
crap! I would be happy to pay a premium, a substantial premium at that, for a
planchet with good color and a minimum of marks from whatever the source. I
realize that a grading service is not a requirement here, but it sure makes
things easier when dealing trough the mail.
Just a perspective from one "Small Time Collector".
PS Didn't brother Lindy have some sort of "system" for defining the best
Error Type Collection: