Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by JCB1983, Feb 22, 2012.
This is a common coin which I picked up some years ago. It was just disposed of. What do you think?
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Here's a couple of mine. Nothing special but I enjoy them. The 1787 colonial is the oldest coin in my collection by far.
Wish I could find disposed of cents like that! Nice one!
An 1793 Wreath type, this one an S-6 variety. Some rim bumps obverse and reverse, but pleasing colour and surfaces.
As a kid I would look in the Red Book at these and drool and dream about having one.
Took me until I was 55 years old.....
Took you long enough!! That is quite the exceptional wreath cent for the grade, I generally see lots of damaged pieces and never enough of the honest ones.
Chief, those are two beautiful coins. Congratulations!
I posted this in the Newest Acquisitions thread but it probably belonged here...
Unfortunate scratch but I really like it, and it's slightly rotated, more than it looks here.
I hope you enjoy it.
This might be the best late die state with CUD I've ever seen.
I love this coin.
Isn't this a braided hair cent? I thought the one below was matron head due to Miss Liberty's stockiness.
I like this one.
I don't think I've posted these before in this thread.
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