Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by bradgator2, Aug 11, 2020.
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@longshot.... Absolutely spectacular to view and every coin collectors dream to own..... Even if I were worth a hundred million, I couldn't bring myself to drop ten million on a coin...... But I could sure think really hard about it!!
Not in 1794 dollars.
( Again, How much did we pay for Alaska?)
Indeed it does. A rather long one.
Pretty remarkable that they know the very day it was struck.
$27 dollars worth of trinkets for Manhattan still a good deal! lol
Not by any means. A 1822 $5 would be a tough call though
They should give it back. I wouldn’t take it for any price
1 of 8 is special!
There's a statue over looking Manhattan with hookers, drugs, prostitutes and the Indian looks at statue and says we still made a good deal!!!! Take a bite of the rotten apple!
I claim possession.
It does have a nice pedigree, but there is no way to prove it is the very first one, and I highly suspect it wasn't. But it IS one of the very first ones struck,
Not that remarkable, all 1758 1794 dollars were struck that day.
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