Nice coins, all of them, but that 1887 is a stunner!
Thank you for the chance @dwhiz, those are some really nice pieces!
I have done a few jobs of this nature, though not to the extent you tell of here. What a joy to go through something like this.
Sweet! I think you chose well!
Hope the price on the flip is not what was paid. It would be a stretch to call this one a 35, let alone a 55. Still a nice coin and piece of...
Tom Reynolds, heck of a nice guy. He's a regular at the Brooklyn Center, MN show twice a year. I've bought a few pieces from him through the...
Sorry I blew up..... it seemed that Bradley wasn't cool with it but appears he is as he liked your post. I guess I'm getting cynical in my old...
This one is on my want list. I don't see them offered much in my travels.
I don't know the history of the posters, nor what is being alluded to in the posts besides the cherry picking and, honestly, I don't care. My...
Here’s the one in my type set:
Nice coins being shown here, keep it up people!
Here's the one in my type set. Some great coins being shown in this thread, keep it up!!
MS64 green bean
Not if we’re using “The Price is Right” rules! ;)
What’s the green spot on the reverse?
Can't wait to see the goodies! The gold is a nice teaser!
That thread has a plethora of excellent information! Thank you kindly for the link, @cwart !
Thanks all for looking and for the book recommendations. You called out what I’m after in a book to start with, info and illustrations.
That Syracuse coin is spectacular!
Here's a question......is there an ancient coin book equivalent to the US Redbook? I have a method to my...
If I indeed am going to walk into this land, it appears I may follow you as I’d love to make something from Alexander the Great’s realm my second...
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