- Slabbing wouldn't do me much good. Most of my coins are
those "obscure, subtle, novel, complex, and compound" errors that
grading services are not well-equipped to deal with. I can see
slabbing some errors like Sac/SBA or SBA/Sac transitional errors, where
fakery could be a problem.
I've been slowly selling off my redundant and lower-quality specimens,
as well as ones I've finished researching or otherwise lost interest
in. I intend to continue to do so until my collection is down to an
essential core. That way my heirs won't have so much to worry about.
Also, by selling off some coins I can afford to buy new ones!