Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by marcduncan1@gma, Jul 27, 2008.
let's try again
hope this helps. thanks for all your funny comments.
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One More Time
These are scanned this time, hope it helps
marc, I think you posted your pictures in the wrong topic man.
where do they need to be?
im kinda new at this. sorry for all the mistakes
Looks like a die cast and plated replica that was made ca. the 1950's or 1960's.
looks alot like this one http://www.ioffer.com/i/1776-New-Hampshire-Halfpenny-Colonial-Reproduction-30462126
Its is a
1776 New Hampshire Halfpenny Colonial, and whether its a reproduction or not, I couldn't tell you
the branches and dots look differant to me
As scottishmoney said, it is clearly cast.
The original was cast also.
it was a cast original
EDIT: someone beat me to it
Fine, I'll rephrase myself:
It looks like a modern cast. Happy?
I moved your posts for you.
yes it is clearly a cast. but it clearly not the same. look at the tree closer.
thanks for your help. some of these people are kinda rude. let me rephrase myself. just one of them is rude.
He's not being rude, he's rephrasing his comment so that you understand that the coin is a fake.
Sorry marc, I came across wrong back there. I wouldn't have even chimed in, but I once (the sucker that I was) bought a cast colonial coin that has exactly the same surface texture as yours.
thanks for your input. but they just dont look the same to me. the dots on the tree are different. they are not line up the same. and the edge of that replica looks ridgged. mine is not.
It all depends on how you take it--I've read all of the comments and haven't seen any that could be called rude.
They are trying to be kind in telling you that your coin is fake.
Well not all fakes are made with the same dies.
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