Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by kanga, Jan 14, 2021.
It fits into my VF-XF Matron Head Large Cents set.
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I'd guess it's about 20º.
Yeh, and a CAC sticker too (out of the image).
But I don't pay extra for those.
I bid as if they weren't there.
kanga. the rotation makes it even better. great job!
What’s n-7 mean
Each coin is struck from a set of unique obverse and reverse dies. "N" refers to Noyes, who published maybe the first definitive book on the die marriages of this series. The "7" refers to the unique die marriage (paired obverse and reverse dies) that the coin was struck from.
Said better than I would have done.
Actually, the N stands for Newcomb. Howard R. Newcomb authored the first major work on the middle and late date large cents.
Again a big THANKS for showing us your coin.
Paying extra for the green bean is a rip off. A long time collector who has just recently passed away was at one of the LARGE coin shows when CAC first came on the scene and they were walking down the isles basically selling the beans for $10.00 per coin and in some cases just handing them out. I have never offered more than NORMAL value since.
Does the mint still do that stuff?
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