This 1930 Penny has a superb reverse.
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We follow a very simple rule when it comes to 1930 Pennies. We only consider coins that are visually very attractive and have no obvious defects from their time in circulation.
The reason is simply that 1930 Pennies were used, with the majority very well used, before collectors discovered their existence. Which means that most of the coins had been handled, mishandled, dropped, scratched or rattled around in change.
The very reason why we say that we reject more 1930 Pennies than we accept.
The simple point - of acquiring a 1930 Penny that looks 'good' - really counts when, further down the track, it comes time for you to sell your coin and realise on your investment.
This 1930 Penny fits that profile in every respect. It was acquired in February 1995, and has been held in our security vaults from the day it was purchased.
The obverse shows the first side of the central diamond and six pearls. The reverse is even more very impressive with strong upper and lower scrolls, well defined inner beading and very nice edges.
Minimal marks in the fields and handsome toning on both obverse and reverse, this is a coin you would be proud to show your family and friends.
And a superb obverse.
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Question ... where do you find a quality 1930 Penny below $25,000? The answer ... very rarely.
Once sold we know this coin will be almost impossible to replace.
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Over the next three weeks we are offering a Choice Uncirculated 1930 Melbourne Mint Sovereign with every 1930 Penny sold.
This offer makes the acquisition of a great 1930 Penny even greater.