For 28$ nothing on that coin worries me.
That 92 S arrived yesterday. Here are my photos I promised. She's probably had a wipe at one point in her 120 year journey, you can see some hairlines on the field in front of the nose. But I'm still very pleased with her. Perfect fit for my DANSCO and the look I'm cultivating for these American classics.
Last edited by RaceBannon; 05-03-2012 at 03:56 PM.
I picked up this 1901 Barber half at a coin show recently. The world "DOLLAR" seems to be doubled.
Just picked up this quarter recently for $30. My first Barber
man oh man do my photos make the coins look crappy. Its a great tool for picking out all the imperfections but they always look way better in hand.
Here are a few new ones - the quarters came from a large batch of barber quarters I just purchased and the half I recieved about 10 days ago
On this next one - I was happy when I saw the reverse but then I flipped it over haha
The pictures do not do this next one justice - very nice in hand and 99% of the marks are on the 2x2
This one wouldn't fit
You have the sickness, my friend.
Nice new pick-ups.
It has been a little while since I have purchased any new Barber coinage but I think I made up for some lost time. This is without the most beautiful Liberty Nickel I have ever owned! The pics do absolutely no justice. It has full gem luster with virtually no marks and a light blanket of violet toning! Let me know what you think
Mike, Log Potato...I ALMOST bought my second Barber half today. ALMOST! Due to budget I can only afford to look through the junk bins. Usually I can find a Barber that still has decent detail left. Sadly, today was not one of those days. All of their halves were almost slick. I mean, the obverse looked like Mike's avatar. Just a sillhouette of Liberty.
I DO have the Barber sickness, but sadly could not get my fix. Hopefully soon, as I really want something that looks better than my 1907 (one and only Barber half).