Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Collecting Nut, Jul 29, 2020.
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These were still circulating when I was a kid. NOT anything like this condition.
Same here. Nothing but silver and copper coins in circulation.
You're in better shape if you rate a MS-65 or higher and have FBL. Lol
It means Full Bell Lines as stated by @expat. If you look at the photo you can see 2 sets of lines running around the bell. To be FBL you can not have a disruption of those lines.
Proofs do not get the FBL as proofs are specifically minted. The same applies to FS (full step) Nickels or FT (full torch) Dimes.
Does FBL stand for "Full Butt Load"?
And here I thought the FBL was Full Belly Lines. Lol. Seriously, FBL refers to which set of lines? Or both sets?
Only if you're constipated.
The bell lines. There are 2 sets of them, an upper and a lower. To get an FBL all lines need to be present and unbroken on both sets.
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