Uncirculated


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Uncirculated

Describing a coin that has never been touched or put into general use. An uncirculated coin usually is in mint condition, which means it has no evidence of wear and tear. Depending on demand for the coin among collectors and investors, an uncirculated coin may be quite valuable, though it is an illiquid asset.
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In conjunction with the event and to leverage its status as the "bank of the Nevada Quarter Launch," Nevada State Bank (with over 70 branches statewide) partnered with a coin provider to create 50,000 commemorative coin sets containing ah uncirculated Nevada quarter from each mint.
G65 = I if the coin is uncirculated of M565 quality and 0 otherwise.
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An 1861 halfpenny could fetch anything between pounds 3 for one in fine condition up to pounds 55 for an uncirculated coin.