Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Silversoul82, Jan 18, 2018.
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Do you know what a key date is?
I personally call a barber quarter that has less than 1 mill. Minted a key date. But i have a hand full of 1896 S's and 2 1901 S's. One is double struck. And i know im wrong with my use of stereo typeing but it makes the statement of less than most of the others minted. Or less has survived circulation.
Now you are just giving false information. If you don't stop, the mods are going to kick you off the site.
Um, I'm generally trusting of other CoinTalk community members, but given the level of the other questions and claims you've been posting here...
Pics or it didn't happen.
I don't see any of the key dates there.......
I have a lot of barber quarters.
Lets see those 1896 S's and 1901 S's
especially that double struck one!
I would love to see it.
Out of the holder please
You guys he is a Troll stop playing with him you just make it worse! It’s all lies and made up stuff
This one will get ya a visit from the mod for sure but THANK YOU. I kept a copy of that .Gif
It's just a facsimile of an imaginary quarter (sort of like the ones the OP describes) - if that rates a verbal spanking, bring it on, MOD squad
I am looking for 1901-S with a hole you can see through in it.
I can hook you up, as long as you don't mind having the hole obliterate the mint mark. Just let me go get my junk Barber tube and a drill...
These are really rare but I can sell you an AG with a hole for 1.5 X Good Bid.......
I know the accepted phrasing for the principle is something like "understanding your market", but the vernacular when I was growing up was "seeing them coming"...
News flash: Silversoul82 is no longer a member as of this morning.
Whelp, there goes the entertainment...
Huh. Wonder what he did to finally go over the edge...
Oh this one was a doozy lots of I’m God stuff it was WAY unhinged, the mods yanked it real quick and pulled his membership.
It's actually possible that they just gave him a short vacation.
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