to the CCF!
with Coop, but it does look
like a cud, although the condition of the coin isn't that great. You can submit photos of your coin to Cuds-On-Coins for possible attribution and see what they think. They would be your best bet to verify that this is a cud. Without attribution it would be hard to prove. Someone looking at the coin will always question if it's a cud or just damage if it's not listed.
There's an attribution guide on that website giving instructions on what photos to take, how to format them and who to contact. It's not really too hard to do. I had a rim cud and a retained cud on a pair of IIIó nickel coins listed just last month.
As far as value, it's not going to be a lot. A few dollars over the value of the coin, I would think. Some cuds are larger, involve the coin's devices and the coins are in better condition and those are the coins that collectors will pay a premium over the normal price for a listed cud.
Take a look at the Cuds-On-Coins website and you'll get a better idea of just what I'm talking about.
I could be wrong on the value, but it's just a small cud on a well circulated coin.
"Shine, shine, a Roosevelt dime
All the way to Baltimore and running out of time" - Tom Waits 'Clap Hands'
Edited by Yokozuna
11/05/2019 10:26 pm