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Added a comment in 1944 Lincoln Wheat Pennies
  about 4 months ago
Hello, Andrew, and thanks for your question. Why do you think that there are no double-die 1944 Lincoln Wheat Pennies? It's a definite possibility that your 1944 penny is double-die. It could be worth a bit more than a "normal" one but probably not by much.
Added a comment in 1943 Lincoln Wheat Pennies
  about 4 months ago
Assuming your roll contains 50 circulated 1943 Lincoln Wheat Pennies, you are looking at a total value of $5-$10, maybe more. It would be worthwhile to open the roll to rule out the (unlikely) chance one of them is the ultra-rare bronze variety. A reputable coin dealer in your area can appraise them, or you could just try to sell the roll on eBay without opening it.
Added a comment in 1935 Peace Dollar
  about 4 months ago
For sure it can be frustrating. Read the eBay cancellation policy: [url="https://www.ebay.com/help/selling/getting-paid/sellers-can-cancel-order?id=4136"]https://www.ebay.com/help/selling/getting-paid/sellers-can-cancel-order?id=4136[/url] The seller can cancel the purchase. Of course the bad rating from the buyer will be a big stain on his reputation, and we understand that eBay also punishes sellers that do these kinds of things since it is not a ethical way of doing business. Anyone cancelling completed auctions will likely not be on eBay for very long. Did you investigate the seller's history before bidding?
Added a comment in 1935 Peace Dollar
  about 4 months ago
Did he re-list the item afterwards? Sellers can cancel purchases up to 30 days after the sale. There's really nothing you can do beyond leaving a bad rating and explaining what happened.
  about 4 months ago
It's highly unlikely it's an authentic 1870-S. Getting it appraised by a reputable coin dealer would probably shed some light on your mystery. Even if it is fake, if it's indeed silver you could maybe get twenty bucks for it.
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