#7 & #8 & #9 Bit of Help, Please - Newcomb Number?

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  1. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    The last 3 that I haven't ID'ed.

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  3. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    Oops, sorry. I duped the 1852. Here's the 1854.

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  4. slackaction1

    slackaction1 Supporter! Supporter

    wow nice pictures Kanga
     
  5. Insider

    Insider Talent on loan from...

    If you are going to buy high-grade Large cents, there are two expensive books you'll need that cover the later years. One is part of a set. Try Wizard Coin Supply. I assure you that the books are more fun than one or two new coins.
     
  6. jerryc39

    jerryc39 Well-Known Member

    1852 looks like N-17 R-1
     
  7. jerryc39

    jerryc39 Well-Known Member

    1853 N-13 R-1
     
  8. jerryc39

    jerryc39 Well-Known Member

    1854 looks like N-2 R-1
     
  9. Insider

    Insider Talent on loan from...

    kanga, posted: "Here's the 1854."

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    Does anyone wish to play GTG on this coin? :troll:
     
  10. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    Thanks to all who responded with Newcomb Numbers for these and the others I've posted the past few days.
    Now I can finish formatting them for presentation.

    I would still like to do the HTML myself BUT:
    -- it's been on the order of 30-40 years since I last did something like that, and
    -- HTML has grown in capability and my mind just groans with age.
    I'll have to see what someone in the know would charge to create the website.
     
  11. jerryc39

    jerryc39 Well-Known Member

    was hoping others would have chimed in with their opinions too.
     
  12. Insider

    Insider Talent on loan from...

    What is HTML? If it is something to do with attributing coins, trying it out for yourself first will sharpen your mind.
     
  13. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for documents designed to be displayed in a web browser. It can be assisted by technologies such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and scripting languages such as JavaScript.
     
  14. jerryc39

    jerryc39 Well-Known Member

    this got off topic quickly.
     
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