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December 29, 2014, 10:08:56 PM
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bumping this thread up; i've been so busy i haven't had time to navigate the site like i used to...

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September 25, 2015, 10:47:16 PM
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Wanted to send my 2 LTC bull coins, but the case it sits in is so nice. Coinographic makes some nice coins indeed!

Aren't the bull LTC coins too big to be slabbed? I some how thought so.

Correct. I sent 3 bulls into ANACS and they wouldnt grade them as they are (just) too big for their slabs. But they did grade the 10's and 1's.

True about the 1LTC coins linking them back to the address. You can track them through grading based on the position you listed them on your ANACS form. But you effectively become another trusted party. This is the same whether graded or not though. Lets face it, you would be more of a trusted 3rd party than Coinographic ... I dont see the risk profile changed.

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