Other than silver coins that my Pops put away, my first real intro in coins was when my older brother inlaw gave me a 1865 3 cent...
So that's the story of your avatar. That is one awsome find:)
The only Lincoln I need to finish my collection.. and I know i'm not the only one;)
I'm still looking too:( but nice find!
So who cleaned it? your Grandparents. Did they know about the W quarter or was in in their pocket change.
Looks nice, how about the back?
No he's a decent sized family type thing ebay seller.
He knows the game and yes I found out a little late with quite a few buy's from them.
They went up in price but the pennie's in these rolls have been always BU.
Alot of later 40's but mostly 50's.
Ok I paid about 75 cents per coin on 4 roles from a ebay seller.
I'm 95% sure they were rolled new from the day. Yes I know ebay and unshearched...
I think this is a nice vdb? I just cant get a good pic of the color which is on the red side or as minted from the day.:oops:
These for example.
Iv'e seen some "NGC" rated MS65 and MS67 and more 1950 pennies go for $15 to even $60
All about the rare red key color. Is NGC just a over rated...
Being 21 and getting a few nice coins from Grandma is a perfect start to collecting.
Doesn't get any better:)
My privately owned corner store will be happy to take some change. He's foreign and not the type to make conversation 'more of a jerk I would say"...
Wow, will do.. Sounds fantastic!!
All I know of my bloodline was my Pops was born in Sparta "Logganiko" and my Mom in "Magoola" Sparta.
Really?? Thats some very "thought full" great advice but why am I thinking you would keep it for some reason..............:rolleyes:
I'm seeing a faint S under the date??
Huh? didn't think of using her card;)
Now i'm going back to look at my penny again!!!:wideyed:
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