None unfortunately. Looks like you're going for binaries or repeaters... but it's not horseshoes. Close doesn't count.
Got $170 in CWR and a box of cents.
Good day - 4x 90%, 12x 40%, 1x proof.
And a bunch of wheats including a 1919S, 1926 and a few 30s.
There's a million things someone can do to damage a coin. Why speculate on where the damage came from?
Very close to Canada myself, Detroit area and I usually find 1 or 2 George VI cents in a box. First set I started was Canadian nickels actually.
Opened it Sunday and unfortunately... skunk.
What did they grade?
I've had that happen too, sealed box with rolls with one end folded down. Not sure how they didn't have to verify.
These rolls haven't been...
Not looking forward to this weekend's box:
I'll be interested to see what ICG gives it.
Yeah I would say wash with water to get excess dirt off then leave as is.
How does a thread with that title not have any pictures?
It's a war nickel which is why it looks different to you.
Box of halves, 1x 40%.
Box of cents, 77 wheats, including a steelie. My 2nd highest count on a box of cents.
He's been a member for 6 years..
Dump them in a coin counting machine. Got TCF bank near you? $100 minimum for savings accounts and free coin counting for members.
I think IGC would have caught any missing edge lettering.
Wouldn't call it an error anyway, but a variety. WAMs used to be a big deal but I don't hear much about them anymore. If I recall, 98 was a...
Not an error.
That doesn't look familiar to me, real or fake. Should I recognize that type?
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