I tried searching this name from a list of:
- all former Secretary's of the Treasury, and
- all former Treasurer's of the United States
Many thanks for straightening my understanding out.
At my age things are becoming more difficult.
I'll just have to move along more slowly.
Since I'm now dealing with Large Cents, I'm running into Sheldon numbers, Cohen numbers and Newcomb numbers as variety identifiers.
Yes, I'm an EAC member.
I didn't know they had auction records.
Thanks for pointing that out to me.
I knew about the PCGS records.
I wasn't aware of the CAC price guide.
Thanks for the heads-up.
This is my new interest area.
The problem is that there are MANY factors.
1. Dates - at this time I'm not paying serious attention to the Braided...
As I understand it, the January FUN Show is worth going to.
Lots of dealers thus more opportunities to find that piece you've been seeking for a...
I'm beginning to think like this ("They are simply too minor in my opinion.")
I'll ignore a full variety set of Braided Hair large cents and...
There are a LOT of die varieties of the Braided Hair large cents during this time period.
As few years with about 20 but many more with 40-50....
It's been circulated (see the center of the top edge).
That will hold back the value.
I'm old school.
The only toning I care for on silver is a light gray tarnish.
And copper in shades of brown.
One exception: Buffalo and Jefferson...
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