Those are good. Numismatics meets modern times, keep it up :)
Nice one! Not the best strike, but I agree it looks genuine. This type is widely faked so make sure to get it authenticated if you plan to sell :)
Minimal concern. Never seen a fake of this type, but if they are out there I'd bet they are not very high quality.
I can only imagine what some of his other hobbies might be, other than completing the hepatitis alphabet o_O
Wow, that is world class material. Clearly condition-wise the 1926 is king :)
It is ALWAYS a good idea to have separate accounts for buying and selling. This thread is just one of the reasons why.
I've handled a few examples, but none nearly as nice as this one, congrats on an awesome coin. Actually the "prince" as the 1922 with reverse of 1927...
Your poll would be more informative if you broke down age groups further than just 19+ and 18 or under. As for me, 36.
I've seen coins slabbed MS65 that were struck from corroded dies, but not the coins themselves being corroded.
Let's not forget counterfeit coins in genuine holders :)
Everything in this paragraph is the heart of coin collecting, bravo! :)
Oh cool, was not even aware of a "flashlight reflector" but that looks to be very effective. Ordered one now, thank you :)
Even if the material...
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