1878 VAM-142A

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keilg1
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1878 VAM-142A

Post by keilg1 » Wed Mar 31, 2021 2:03 pm

I know the VPG 2011 guide is way out of date, but am curious about the VAM-142A as of late.

The 2011 guide said the 142 was really without premium at all grades, yet the guide said the 142A fell at $300 and $700 in EF and AU, respectively, with $2250 for MS63.

Any clues how this has changed during the past 10 years?

I'm the proud owner of the lowball VF35, with only another 20 in the SSDC register, so am not expecting my coin to have a premium... but 13 of the 20 are slabbed at either 63 or 64 making this relatively common in nice shape?

Thanks,

Gary
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hairfield1
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Re: 1878 VAM-142A

Post by hairfield1 » Wed Mar 31, 2021 2:09 pm

I got a NGC MS-63 VAM-142A off the bay last year for $115.99 and a ANACS XF 45 for $55.00

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Re: 1878 VAM-142A

Post by keilg1 » Wed Mar 31, 2021 5:02 pm

@hairfield1, that is a lot more like what I'd have expected.

Looking forward to the newest price guide, knowing that anything is only as 'valuable' as someone is willing to pay!

Gary
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Re: 1878 VAM-142A

Post by vamnuke » Wed Mar 31, 2021 11:38 pm

I would say there is no premium over Grey sheet for this one; not much collector interest either (in my opinion).

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