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I have finally won an auction at Heritage. When they open a new session I put in a number of low bids, both in hopes that the item will be...
New! This 1932-D arrived yesterday. Yes, I do have two others (posts
#4333 and #3856), but this is the undisputed keeper of the three.
I already had one of these 38-S Mercury dimes, but it has a gouge in the face. This one doesn't.
Too funny. I guess it’s too late to blot that out, too.
I just received this auction purchase in the mail.
Guess two things, if you like. What is the grade on the holder, and if you think it should be...
Bob, your 1942-D makes mine look like a parking lot find. After the bus ran over it.
But while I was looking through the photos, I saw this...
Your photo reminds me of the one I put together for my mother showing her birth year set.
These things mean something to us beyond the coins....
You may be talking about me :happy:- so I have a story.
When I went to college I pretty much hated it. But it was the Vietnam era and the draft...
I posted the 1917 above for sentimental reasons, since it is part of my parents’ birth year set. Some of you may prefer looking at this one.
There happens to be just enough barcode to allow a scan. I think this is what the original poster meant to post.
Indeed, it seems worth mentioning that there were neither proofs nor “S” mint mark coins in 1965. So a really, really nice example could have been...
A real rainbow?
I wasn’t going to post a 1985 at first, but then I saw a couple of interesting (to me) things with the reverse. It looks like...
Honestly I can’t see anything on the eye, but going back to the original link to Heritage, I can see the doubling in the lettering.
Here’s an 1847, and it’s a Half.
My cousin has a box with family heirloom coins. They were farmers in rural Ohio, so their legacy was what may...
I have been trying to complete the 1880’s for my set of Indian Head cents. I started looking for them all at the same time, and gradually picked...
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