I enjoy your write-ups also. Two quick questions:
(1) What does the "C" below the roman numeral date stand for?
(2) I read somewhere once that...
The gift came with the stamps as well, although I'm not a stamp collector. I was just happy to get the wheaties. :-)
50 rolls don't take up much room. If I were you, I'd hold on to them. In my entire life, I've only come across 4 LWCs in my change. Each time,...
@dwhiz, I guess the DIY slab idea is out. The two halves won't snap together. The coin is too thick. See...
Well, thanks anyway!
@ldhair , @Pickin and Grinin , I never even heard of Dan Carr. Thanks.
I think those might work! Thanks! I need to check about the thickness though - but you pointed me in the right direction. Thank you.
Wow - I would never have thought of that. I was leaning towards a large slab because I already have a wooden display case that would fit a PCGS...
Thanks. I wonder if they're related to the old "CAPITOL" holders. Probably not, due to different spelling.
Was this 1907 some sort of a pre-release "sample"?
Any suggestion on where I can go to buy a DIY slab for a large, odd size coin?
Diameter: 42-44mm, Thickness: 10mm. (Dimensions vary...
If I were there, I'd ask for permission to reach in and examine several of them closer, especially the two error cents.
Near the center, almost...
Why must the word "COPY" be incused? Is there a technical reason for that?
Funny... For some reason, I read it CORRECTLY and didn't even noticed the typo until I read the subsequent comments.
Thanks! I enjoy making the labels. I only wish my knowledge of numismatics is one-tenth as good as my knowledge of Photoshop! LOL.
Separate names with a comma.