This 1930 Penny is the classic example of a coin that has circulated but has miraculously survived its time in circulation unscathed.
A glance at the photos, both obverse and reverse, shows it to be so.
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 realised they even existed.
Which means that most of the 1930 Pennies had been handled, mishandled, dropped, scratched or rattled around in change.
The very reason why 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 and realise on your investment.
The obverse of this 1930 Penny is graded 'Good Fine' and has the following attributes.
The reverse of this 1930 Penny is graded 'Very Fine' and has the following attributes.
In our view, a great 1930 Penny has now become even greater with our MARCH/APRIL price savings. This is a coin that you will be proud to show your family and friends and will be guaranteed to attract positive comments in return.