Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by WizardofAwes, Mar 6, 2017.
Right on . Yah I've been using my iPhone 5s . On breaks lunch free time .
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And those aren't the only varieties that exist.
I just sort mine into rolls or tubes by date which is a huge job that makes me wish robotery hadn't been made illegal. If something catches my eye before serious inspection, I put it in a "look closer tube" and keep them all anyhow, especially the ones that look cool.
Then later, I may study this year or that year whenever I have time.
Yah me too. I tell you I'm going to make this photo my place mat as I search
Cool . I placed them in some baggies a couples years ago as I smashed threw a few hundreds here and Vegas . Now I'm revisiting them and got connected with some friends and family that have some old jars filled .
To keep the clutter off my desk in the form of stacks of coins my dogs are very good at unintentionally knocking over when rushing out from under my desk to sound various alarms...........
I tossed some machineable plastic in the Fadal and am making some upright and tilted back sorting trays. One set that will do dimes and pennies, another for nickels and quarters in large volume by years. Hopefully, they will save some of my sanity, especially when stacking several series of pennies, 58 and back, 59 to 82, 83-2008, then the shields. I wish I had a 3D printer because that machinable plastic eats cutters like stainless and I don't want them made of T6.
It's a product that if it exists for me to buy, I sure haven't found it.
Was talking to my coin shop friend the other day and he said something like, I don't know where you'd get rolls of this or that year unsearched coins. That struck me as odd and I invited him to stop by or ring me if he needed anything specific.
Then they'll be no mistake to what variety you have . I even put up side by sides too .
This one is Wexler DDO-004 .
The reason why I want you to check is because of the way LIBERTY looks in this image .
For sure . I will get on that . Did you see my possible 1955 DD ☺️ I tell you this is fun and new and learn so much.
I thought you were kidding. One good huge Macro pic will slice and dice into as many sections as one desires for that purpose, despite having to additionally resize them smaller to match up with the smallish pix.
Next time I trip over a good one, I'll do the one big picture whole and lay several of those smallish variety site pix all over it after making them about 50% opaque as well as changing their hue for clarity. Even if I have to resize them larger.
Either method equates to tedious work in getting everything exact. But either will get it done.
Have you ever thought about sticking with the largest 2MP images your scope will do and resizing the error site pix larger for side by side or transparent overlay?
I always try to do side by sides on class 6 doubling, or ones that have lots of varieties for that year .
I already have this one and it has blister too .
Here's the link to Wexler site .
Here's the link to Coppercoins .
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