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05 May 2017

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My dad has just received an ANACS graded 1902 British high tide penny, and it was MS 67! I looked all over the Internet and I couldn't find a better one, so please let me know if you or someone you know has one that is MS 68 or higher. If not, could this be the best in the world?

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Kepi

Level 6

Sounds like you might have a winner there! Good luck!

user_7180

Level 5

sounds like you might need to pursue this with the grading companies directly or maybe the larger auction houses.

I'm with Conan Barbarian, I focus on U.S. coins...

Mike

Level 7

I have tokens for example from England. If you look at the population report you will see I have a lot of number ones. That's because I protect my old tokens and many who collect them don't send them in. But there are thousands of some of them and only a few of others. So it would be very hard to track.

Conan Barbarian

Level 5

well i focus on US coins so i wouldn't know but maybe...

Longstrider

Level 6

You would need to check all the third party grading companies, at least the big 3, and see what they have to say. I personally would give what Mike has to say great weight. He is an expert on these type of coins. Good luck!

Alexyo?

Level 4

I looked at ANACS, NGC, and PCGS. Theyou are the ones I talked about.

Longstrider

Level 6

I forgot to mention you can also do a search of past auctions. That can be very happy. Most of the large auction houses like Heritage offer this option.

Mike

Level 7

Well there are many graders in different countries and they grade different. I don't know the mintages so I can't tell you. There are hundreds who have it and don't send them in. Plus we don't know about overseas. You can check the grading company they might have a population of one or two. But that means only two sent them in. You would have to do a lot of tracking. There are conder tokens that grade 67 I have seen one 68. . There over two hundred years old. So it's hard to say. It would be nice. Lots of luck with it . I hope it works out. Mike

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