1909 vdb

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by jbyers23, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. jbyers23

    jbyers23 Member

    My first 1909 VDB find and its a beauty!!!!! What kind of grade and value does this pretty coin have?

    Thanks!! (Sorry for the bad pictures was to excited!!)

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  3. jbyers23

    jbyers23 Member

    Oh and a 1864 I found too!
  4. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    Roll searching?

    If so, very neat finds.
  5. icerain

    icerain Mastir spellyr Supporter

    Nice coins.
    Numusmedia has the 1909 VDB in AU for $16.80
  6. mackwork

    mackwork Caretaker of old coins & currency

    Congrats on the 2 nice finds!
  7. jbyers23

    jbyers23 Member

  8. lincolncent

    lincolncent Future Storm Chaser Guy

    Congrats on the finds!
    If I were you I'd check the 1864 for the "L". I think that was that year.
  9. koen

    koen New Member

    nice finds.
    dont know about the grades, but the vdb looks nice, not very much wear on it
  10. jbyers23

    jbyers23 Member

    Looking it up as we speak! =D
    I also found a 1888 IH that I think may be 8/7 but it is just so hard to tell. Ughh I need a microscope!
  11. splintercellsz

    splintercellsz CTs Local DJ

  12. jbyers23

    jbyers23 Member

    Since you can't make out the "L" I don't think it will get a premium even it it was an "L" variety, but looking at the bust I think this is rounded and not pointed. Still a nice starting coin, my first 64'.
  13. jbyers23

    jbyers23 Member

    lol just weighed it, its copper nickel!! It can't be "L"variety!
  14. Bedford

    Bedford Lackey For Coin Junkies

    You are correct, it is not the L type. As for the 1909 I would call it XF45 although you could possibly squeak an AU out at service but for the submission costs it wouldnt matter. Cool pick ups for you-congrats.
  15. kookoox10

    kookoox10 ANA #3168546

    Is it me, or is that a big ole' cud on the obverse of that Indian?
  16. jbyers23

    jbyers23 Member

    How did I miss that?! I thought it was just rim damage and didn't even look at it really. I was so focused on the date. It does look like it could be to me but I'm no expert.
  17. BadThad

    BadThad Calibrated for Lincolns

    1909 AU, about a $15 coin.
  18. jbyers23

    jbyers23 Member

    What about the indian head? anyone have some ideas on its value? it does look like it has an extra chunk of metal on it
  19. rodeoclown

    rodeoclown Dodging Bulls

    Looks to be in Good condition, but with the cud, that really knocks down the grade/value. I'd say it's a $1-$3 coin, well, that's as much as I'd pay for it.
  20. kookoox10

    kookoox10 ANA #3168546

    And I bet Rodeo wouldn't be opposed to shelling out the pocket change for the Indian.
  21. Shoewrecky

    Shoewrecky Coin Hoarder

    There are people calling that cud on the IHC...I am quite confident that it's PMD. I can probably put money on it stating that portion people are calling cud is actually part of the rim. It also appears that V.D.B has been cleaned too UNLESS it is how you took the picture
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