Most likely they are closed today, the 4th. Try some of the phone #'s
that are listed. Hope this helps....
Nice pick up, the cat has a good eye. Are you working on a set
or picking up some nice type? Reward the kitten with some tuna!
Bought mine at a LCS in San Diego in 1981. Showed it to Van Allan
along with the others. Only <10 known then. Still a very rare VAM
Category C , U.S. coins
Would a specific gravity test determine the difference between copper and bronze?
When 2 weeks later the "SOLD" or "HOLD" coins are still
listed in the sales offering. What can be so urgent that the
dealer can't take 5 minutes...
You wanna know if you have a pattern or regular issue? Send the coin to ANACS. Should cost around $40-$50 for a definite answer.
At 7+ grams of gold, that is a hunk of gold. Nero is a well known figure
from ancient times. Congratulations!!
Maybe @paddyman98 can shed some light.
I have the following book:
United States Patterns and Related Issues
Andrew W. Pollock III
It states the following:
323 Copper. Plain...
I've purchased from several of the dealers on MA-shops platform.
The dealers for the most part, have their business/shops in
Really nice coin. Well struck. Very close to FDC.
These don't come cheap!! Pre 1600 A.D. gold
this nice is a rarity.
Might go 58/62. possible details. The obv. stars are well struck and the "Liberty"
ribbon is well struck as well. A possible concern in the field...
@Paddy54 those are some nice pieces. Well on your way to a set. The 49/6 is my favorite.
Entry Post If I am the fortunate winner, I would like for
@Matthew Kruse to receive them. @Santinidollar those
are beauties! Thanks for the...
Quite an accomplishment!! My Bk.1 Dansco still has 6 open spaces.
Every thing considered, he got off lucky.
@Gam3rBlake Just regular BU pieces. I was quoted $40-$50/coin
premium by other dealers for similar transaction. The smaller the coin
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