Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Santinidollar, Dec 7, 2018.
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Clear out all the Lincoln cents from my garage and put them in roll searchers hands, instead of sending them to the bank.
Consolidate and select which euro coins I will keep and which go to the final travel fund.
Mail all the coins I’ve collected here back to the US.
Finish cataloging a collection I acquired from a very good friend.
Convince my wife to increase my coin budget with my next raise.
Acquire either a new error type (like tilted collar, or jagged clip, neither of which I have) or a new type coin with an error on it.
Purchase one coin for my US type set. Probably a matron head cent or half cent, or any with rays coin.
Purchase one US gold coin.
Go to several shows in then maryland area.
Find a coin club in the area I move to.
Meet more CT members in person.
50??!! I bought a solid F15 back in 2012 for $24! Later sold it with all my other Key Date Lincoln's because I realized Lincoln Cents do nothing for me.
And that's why I'm still single, lol.
2012 was six years ago. I'm not sure I know what a solid F15 looks like, but I'm guessing that a '24D selling for around $50 grades a bit higher than that.
I was rather inebriated when I posted the above. I sort of assumed a "decent sample" meant F15.
Seriously, I'm not much of one to insist upon these fancy grade attachments. I suppose they are important to others but I think I can come to conclusions without trying to objectify my subjective assessments.
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