Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Seattlite86, Oct 31, 2021.
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and more... very happy of my newest acquisitions..merry christmas, happy yule tide and hanakuh kwansa whatever, merry everybody and everything and peace to all and all a good night
First we have a couple raw vintage nickels.
Next we have a nice ICG slabbed nickel from 2005.
Last but not least, we have this beautiful Ron Landis piece with some background information. (Thanks for that info BTW) This piece is a mule using the obverse die of the gold version and the reverse die of the silver version making this even cooler than the regular version. 1/4 oz of .999 fine silver. I have always wanted a Ron Landis piece and now I have one.
I am more than happy with my gifts and the generosity of my CTSS. I thank you and I am glad I could be a part of this. Happy Holidays to all of you.
Well, a member signed up but was late in providing an address. Brandon sent out a post saying this. A day or two went by and I inquired if anyone had responded. Negative. So I told him I'd be willing to send another gift. And here we are...
Roosevelt really said bye to that planchet...nice off-center strike.
Sweet. Can't go wrong with a MS Wheatie!
Thanks Santa.........this is the first variety I've ever gotten regarding classic commems.
WOW! Santa was good to me. Several proof sets and a 78 mint set AND a bust dime. Thanks santa!! I love the cameos on that 78 proof set!!!
The ghirsh is beautiful! With my side quest of collecting German States coinage, that wildman is a type I'm looking for as well. Nice coins.
And yes to my SS. It does. Thank you. I really love the coppers! And of course the silver and candy bars and token and mints and 2x2s and all. You are too generous.
I never thought I would say I liked "Mint" chocolates.
Merry Christmas everyone and God bless.
Next gift was an awesome 2009 Lincoln Coin & Chronicles Set. Didn’t have this. Really enjoy the silver Lincoln commemorative dollar. Thanks Secret Santa #2.
Received a Ike dollar and Roosevelt inauguration medal.
Thank you Santa
I recently started working for Harlan J Berk as a professional numismatist. After 2 years on the US counter, Aaron and I decided to do a podcast on ancient coins, which I know almost nothing about.
We decided to put my learning on display for the world to see and maybe learn along with.
I’m sorry for the long-winded post, but I wanted to explain why this gift was NOT from Secret Saturnalia on the ancient side of this site.
Perfect gift thank you SS
Love that New Jersey Dollar!!!
the coin/currency supplies will come in handy. I was just looking at large size sleeves so you save me from having to purchase them! Already filled the dollar coin holder with airtites I had stacked in my safe. They were always falling over so this will help immensely. Always appreciate some silver! and the other coins will gladly join the hoard.
Best Wishes ~ Darryl
Wow, I really like that dollar coin tray. Now I need one!
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