I think that's a decent price considering the rarity of it. As long as you're happy with what you paid for it that's all that matters.
Very nice, Chris B. I love the unusual shaped tokens like this. It's in beautiful condition too.
Do you know what the Baldwin's piece sold for?...
Looks like one, yeah.
Probably the first or nearly so. It was the first one I ever got but on an Arizona State Quarter.
You don't have to buy anyone dinner. I'm sure you'll be on it soon enough.
No, never any other denominations other than quarters. BTW, the...
No he doesn't live in the Denver area.
I have examples of both of those, Gary.
I had a feeling these were GMM issues. Ron Landis' work is always excellent and very distinctive. I'm just surprised that I've never come across...
I haven't seen these two, Z, what are they?
I know a fellow counterstamp collector/researcher who calls these bulls eye stamps. Appropriate I think.
There's only four examples struck on Shield Nickels that I know of.
There's also a counterfeit known on an 1866 nickel, but it's not yours,...
Yeah, I remember the Green Stamps and a couple of others too. We used to save them and got some nice stuff over the years when we traded them in....
It's from the Philly mint so it's probably from a cheese steak somebody was eating while at work.:woot:
Thanks, Z. Hey, what's with the Pepsi / Dept. of Corrections token. It has no cash value so what's it used for?
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