THE DINOSAUR LIFE When you think of dinosaurs, you probably think of man eating animals of terror. But not all dinosaurs were as terrifying as you would imagine, even though the word dinosaur does mean “terrible lizard.”
The best known dinosaur is the Tyrannosaurus
Rex. It grew up to 41 feet long and stood nearly 12 feet high at the hip. The T-Rex had tiny arms, yet its’ legs were huge and its teeth
With my Wheat Collection all but complete, only short 3 (have an S VDB, missing 14D, 31S and 11S) I've decided that I'm going to start collecting the Commemorative Coins. Starting with Halves and working towards dollars, clad to silver then to gold, possibly.
My first Commem is the one you see as my Avatar photo, my Eisenhower Silver Dollar. I've got in my collection already an 86 S and D Statue of Liberty, and will soon have one each D and S of the 82 George Washington.
Originally Posted by 7Calbrey I am quite sure that it is an s with the top missing . In fact I have a similar Nickel dated 1969 with the mint mark s positioned at the same place of yours , but mine is fully intact and coincides exactly with the apparent part of yours ..
Charles ( 7 Calbrey )
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Originally Posted by jb4gpo Greetings an Happy Holidays’
I've been fortunate collecting in the Jefferson nickel series.Here is where I'd love to have the new beginner feel what I've felt in collecting Jeffersons, the many ways to collect here.
From the Buffalo/Jefferson Red Book reading about our original designer Felix Schlag, his struggles back in 1938' in the making of this nickel. Delving into it even further it will offer you alot of history with a variety of interesting topics to choose from.