iGradeMS70
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iGradeMS70

AKA BustHalfBrian, 26, from Surf City, USA

iGradeMS70 was last seen:
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    2. Cazkaboom
      Cazkaboom
      Hey Brian, I am hoping to do it this year, but can only attend if the I get a full ride scholarship. If not, I'll try again next year.

      ~Cannyn
    3. valente151
      valente151
      Nope. I have my type set, which I should probably update, but that is all, and its hosted on NGC.
      I have a bunch of raw capped busts though that I should get slabbed and put em on. Promably 3/4 of the nonvariety set.
    4. Merc Crazy
      Merc Crazy
      I put him on ignore so I don't have to deal with his attention-whoring. :)
    5. lkeigwin
      lkeigwin
      Well, I don't know about 'one of a kind". There are some pretty amazing sets out there.

      Your 1812 sounds perfect. Congrats. 1814 is a favorite year.

      The 1820 no serifs is a collectible variety (O.107). But very tough to find (R5) and it will be expensive. I think this is why NGC and PCGS do not even require it in their CBH variety registries. Yes, the 20/19 overdate, and the various types of 2's. But no no-serifs. I'm a little surprised the rebook even mentions it.

      Pop reports by varieties are not realistic, sadly. Most collectors don't want to pay for attribution so they aren't recorded. That's why all the numbers are so tiny when often there are hundreds or more.

      Unless you're out to build a big variety set you might skip this one. Otherwise start saving! Only a few O.107's have come to auction in the last couple of years. I see two PCGS VF35's that went for $4600 and $4887. Maybe you'll get super lucky and cherry one!
      Lance.
    6. lkeigwin
      lkeigwin
      Hi Brian,
      How's tricks?

      The 1820 in my AU registry set is a square base 2, no knob at the top. It's an AU58, I got from the Roger Solomon collection last year. One of my all time favorites...original toning, flashy luster, clean surfaces, great strike. Even full denticles.

      I think I still have an ANACS curl base 2, no knob. It's an AU50. Darker, muted luster, nice strike and very original looking.

      1820 is a tougher year than a lot of guys realize. 3rd lowest mintage, almost identical to 1807!

      I hope your set's coming along well. Fun series, huh?
      Lance.
    7. papermoney54
      papermoney54
      whats that coin ur holding in ur pic
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    9. JCB1983
      JCB1983
      Hay I've been watching some of your youtube videos. Keep em comming.
    10. RaceBannon
      RaceBannon
      MS70.
      Thanks for the offer on the 94S Barber Half in Fine. I've got one in VG but might be interested in an upgrade. Can you post a photo or send me a pic of the coin in a PM?
      Thanks!

      RaceBannon
    11. mizozuman2
      mizozuman2
      well, i love being on the forum! i am a new numismatist but, i learn new stuff every day! :)
    12. Cazkaboom
      Cazkaboom
      Hey, thanks. What I did was a stupid unethical teen-aged thing. I am sure Tyler did the same, but none of his voters were from legitimate members. I am both disappointed in myself and him, but I know where he comes from. That is a very desirable piece. Thanks for accepting my apology and I want to let you know I have learned from my experiences.
      Sincerely,
      Cannyn
    13. Moen1305
      Moen1305
      Thanks Brian. I appreciate the ebay info. I may never sell it but only because it would never bring much money. The shirt I made myself. :)
    14. McBlzr
      McBlzr
    15. MercuryDime
      MercuryDime
      Sorry. I cant do flash player on this kindle. You look hansome in your profile pic. Did someone say u were a mod?
    16. jello
      jello
      Thank you!!!
    17. Coinguy56
      Coinguy56
      What was that link? Sorry, I haven't been on in a while. Too busy packing for Cali. I saw that you were a moderator on that forum, congrats!
    18. 5dollarEdunote
      5dollarEdunote
      Woah =0
      How did you land moderator?
    19. papermoney54
      papermoney54
      Biran youputting up a new video on youtube.
    20. zach24
      zach24
      Kool stuff, did you get it off ebay?
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    Birthday:
    Apr 3, 1996 (Age: 26)
    Location:
    Surf City, USA
    Occupation:
    Student / Cherrypicker / Penny Lane Coin & Cur
    Brian. YN. Caucasian male.
    I also divided by zero once...

    All United States coinage, but I am particularly fond of Capped Bust Half Dollars

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