[CLOSED] LordM Giveaway #45 (pick your prize)

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  1. bruthajoe

    bruthajoe Still Recovering Supporter

    How do you think these coins wound up in the ground? I think pockets were unreliable back then.
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  3. Ruskoinabiscuit

    Ruskoinabiscuit New Member

    I think they are super cool! I’m glad I was able to find them. It’s strange to me that coins were made of porcelain.
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  4. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & avid numismatist Moderator

    Times were tough in Germany then. Besides, they already had a thriving porcelain industry in places like Meissen.
  5. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & avid numismatist Moderator

    Same way as coins still get lost. But bigger silver coins like half dollars are rather scarce finds, because they often got seen on the ground and got picked right back up not long after they were dropped. Dimes, on the other hand, would slip down into the grassroots and get buried over time.
  6. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    I haven't hit a half in ages.
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  7. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Well-Known Member

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    I've had this since I was a Kid . Discovery by the Late Sal V. (aka DAD ). 1977A offset 1 dollar- back.jpg 1977A 1 dollar Offset -front.jpg
  8. Matthew Kruse

    Matthew Kruse Active Member

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    Here is a 1901 Canadian Half dollar from my grandpa’s coin collection. From what I can tell, the mintage is just 80,000. Does anyone know what it might be graded? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. Bradley Trotter

    Bradley Trotter Well-Known Member

    In my opinion, I'd grade it VF-Details due to the rim damage. However, if I were to assign a numerical grade regardless of the rim damage I'd give it a grade of VF-35.
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  10. Rich Buck

    Rich Buck Yukon Cornelius

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    I found a 1909 VDB Lincoln in a coin spill that contained 6 coins dated from 1909 to 1916. Also contained 1907 Barber Dime.

    I would love the 1860 Indian Head.

    [Edit- moved this here, since it was accidentally posted to someone else’s thread. ~RWS/“LM”]
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  11. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Well-Known Member

    Ditto , read my mind, Buona ,molto buona ! Ciao
  12. serdogthehound

    serdogthehound Active Member

    I agree the detail is almost spot on with this photo grade at VF-35. That said the rim damage and the overall coin I think put it into details
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  13. Entry Post - Back in 1983, I purchased 3 rolls of uncirculated 83-p quarters from my bank with zero knowledge, at the time, that there would be no mint sets for this year. I'm glad I held onto them! 20 yes 1st 83p.JPG ob rev 20 - 83's use.JPG 20 yes 1st 83p.JPG ob rev 20 - 83's use.JPG 20 revs nc 83 revs.JPG 20 yes 1st 83p.JPG
  14. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & avid numismatist Moderator

  15. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & avid numismatist Moderator

    That's a tough coin. I know, since I needed the 1901 Canadian half dollar for the 1901 Victorian type set I assembled for my daughter in the early 2000s.

    Best I managed was this example, which NGC later graded G6. It was well worn but wholesome. That coin you posted above looks to have near XF details, despite some issues like the rim damage. It is a tough and desirable coin, issues or not.

  16. Johnny Nashville

    Johnny Nashville Smile.. It's Better to Rock than Roll

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    I would like to use my credit towards the Bicentennial Quarter (pf-69), the 2 small dollar coins (SBA & Sacagawea), and the Penny rolls.. and I do realize I am over the $25 mark!

    (My Photo) still have a mess to search though... lol

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  17. 63A62220-CBD9-4EE5-95E7-F6F3F68DB6D2.jpeg Entry Post

    The bullion rounds known as “Zombucks” are my favorite. They create zombify classic coin designs!
  18. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Well-Known Member

    Who's women on coin ? It looks like not Lady liberty ?
  19. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Well-Known Member

    This the Coin I'm talking about .
  20. So Zombucks are bullion rounds depicting classic coin designs that are altered to look like zombies. In the case of the pictured St. Gaudens design, the Zombucks design is called “The Saint” where Lady Liberty is a zombie slayer. There are lots of other designs including a Morgan, Peace Dollar, Buffalo, Standing Liberty, Barber, Mercury and more. They even do Presidents, but those are harder to find.

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  21. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Well-Known Member

    Where can I get one ????
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