If you are in the hobby for investment you might want to reconsider. Most coins make terrible investments.
Last year I sold off my American collection that I had put together as a kid in the 1970s. Most of the coins were silver, low-mid grade commons and the like. Nothing exceptionally rare. I found that I was lucky to get what I paid for them in the 1970s, and most of the time I got less. Meanwhile inflation meant that a dollar I spent on a coin in 1978 was worth 4x as much today, so I would have done much, much better had I just socked the money I spent in coins in a savings account. But my mom encouraged my hobby anyway, believing the enjoyment I got from collecting was worth it.
That said, if your primary interest in the hobby is the joy of handling something that was handled by long-dead hands and the history that comes with it, and you are just trying to make the best choices, then I would recommend you wait for a better coin that more eye appeal. These coins are in auctions all the time, and you should be able to find a better example for the same price as these.
The key points are to find a coin that looks nice, with a clear CAESAR and well-drawn elephant (although sometimes a really badly rendered elephant may be fine as it suggests the artist had never seen one). Be patient, follow auctions from established dealers, and you'll likely get a coin you will be happy with.
Edited by jskirwin
08/09/2018 09:49 am