There was a WORLD of difference between the photos on the Brockage
Dimeand the Cent! Close-ups, clarity, size of photos
Good Photos sell coins, not guess work works BEST on Ebay
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, Jon P. Sullivan
> the picture is pretty lousy, and shows almost nothing of the coin's
> surfaces. I did not bid on it because of the bad photos- if I could
> have seen it well it would have gone for more, I can tell you!
> On Thursday, April 8, 2004, at 07:10 PM, Mike Diamond wrote:
> > I was the underbidder in this auction for a 1971-D Lincoln cent
> > a full, in-collar mirror brockage of the obverse design on the
> > reverse face.
> > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3906173616
> > There were only three bidders and the final bid price was only
> > $215.50. That's puzzling, since a dime with the same error sold
> > $1200. In an e-mail sent to me the seller reported the presence
> > finned rim on the obverse. That's a solid indicator of
> > Once again, eBay defies common sense.
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