Should I have this penny graded. Any opinions appreciated.
Only if you want to join the myriads of collectors out there needlessly feed the grading companies their hard earned cash for nothing. You were wise enough to ask first, which puts you a leg up on the masses
Grading is an option that rarely pays what people hope it well. There are a lot of hopefuls sent in where the only people making anything of of it are the grading companies.
While yours is a nice looking coin, a 1963-D is a common date and has to make an exceptional grade for people to be willing to pay much for it. Yours has way to many small hits and dings to be an MS66 which might pay for the grading fee.
Keep asking before sending in. Keep your own money in your own pocket
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