Coins can survive in pristine condition for thousands of years in the dirt. Then, someone digs it up, and it quickly becomes part of someone's coin collection. Within only 50 years of mishandling, the coin can become so worn and damaged that it is unrecognizable. Good collectors think of themselves as stewards who preserve historical treasures for the future generations. An untouched coin can be preserved forever, and nicely presented in an archival grade slab-style holder from PCGS, NGC, ANACS, and others.

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