Hi everyone. Well it's finally happened. NGC has found a new way to make money off you. It's called abstract art. Not even a token. That's right so when you send you hard earned money to have these graded for the value of a hamburger I'm sure it will be displayed with all your beautiful coins. NGC as an opportunity here and jumped on it. Six point five million distributed world wide. Now take the grading fees and add them up. NGC wins the seller wins you loose. The label you should see first. I doubt it will be in any price book because of what there calling it. Abstract Art. So now you have entered a new form of collecting. There very smart you need if they referred to them as token then I can send the ones I have from my car wash. Hey for a couple of hundred dollars why not. Send them but before you do try the math. Everything will be times five because t her are five in this set. Then think of what coins you could of bought with them. Who is the loser. This is a fad they come and go. If NGC was around when pet rocks were big they would of graded them.
Hi the other day there was a very good blog written by a very smart collector. It was based on how he takes care of his coin and tokens and medals. Below are two identical tokens now there is no date but I know P.Kempson made it in 1797. That's right over two hundred and twenty three years go. How do I know the date. Kempson only made this set in 1797. He never made another Coventry token in this set again.