I ordered a 1964 proof Kennedy Half Dollar from my dealer that just arrived over the weekend, and after careful examination, I confirmed that he sent me the accented hair variety. Six months into the hobby, and I finally got a nice deal!
I cherried this overdate. Bought as 1858, but really 1858/7. VF-20/ VF-30 range
Collecting the first fifty years of U.S. coins 1793-1843. All denominations and all grades.
I did it is listed in the Paper Money section...LOL
Dont you just love a wise a**
Very nice coins here and so good photography as well.
Former U.S.M.C. 0311
One more nice error!! This time it is an off center broadstrike!
Last edited by Speedy; 09-04-2007 at 09:35 PM.
Coin collecting is the only hobby in the world that you can spend all the money in the world and still have some left over
Very nice Bust 1/2 dollars!
But, are you sure about the overdate?
I cherried three in the last year or two, now in ANACS slabs.
Each one have a 'split' wing, which I don't see here.
It is a diagnostic of the variety.
Check Cherrypickers, or Snow's book.
That's a really nice 55 Carl. Are you going to try to get it slabbed?
Last edited by DJCoinz; 08-20-2007 at 12:00 AM.
That is one sweet 55 DD Carl. I just love a great doubled Die.