Discussion in 'Contests' started by lordmarcovan, Feb 14, 2021.
Yep you are right. Her favorite time is when we bring something home in a large box
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Thanks for all the cool contests M'Lord!!
I would pick the 1899 O Barber Half if I was to win!!
I really like the coin from Latvia since I am working on having a coin from every country, but I'm not picky. I like all of the USA coins.
Thanks for the contest! If I win, ring up the 1963-D Franklin half dollar. I love the last year of any series.
Rob, once again, your generosity is overwhelming. Thank you.
I am at a loss at this moment which option to choose. It's like going to a restaurant and having trouble selecting a meal, not because nothing looks appetizing, but conversely because so many things look tasty.
At this moment I'd have to say one of your offerings from the early to mid 19th century early American coins jumps at me. I hope you'll allow my entry with this vague selection.
Dude, you rock......
If you can front up the $$$ There's a pair of 1855 Proof 1/2 and Full sovereign for sale in Australia, AUD$275k and AUD$250k respectively (or the special price of AUD$525k for the pair lol)
Eyeing the 1550 half-grosz nice looking Vytis. Saw the 1512 and liked it too but obviously the PCGS example is much nicer
It would have to be the 1865 2 cents. Good looking coin and fits budget.
Thanks as always for the opportunity.
What a great selection of prizes! If I were to win, the 1903 Indian Head Cent caught my eye and awakened my penny lust!
Thanks again for the opportunity to add to my collection. I would add the 1919 half dollar. Thanks gl all.
I think I'd do something different like the Russia: copper 5-kopecks of Catherine the Great, 1790-EM, Ekaterinberg mint.
I need to balance out the cat thing....
@beaver96 mentioned your generosity is showing. I'd say it's exploding. Thanks, Rob. If I were to win I'd take the Judean bronze lepton and have you ship it directly to @Johndakerftw, who I know drools when she sees some of Deacon Ray's biblically-related coinage.
I would choose this coin because of its ancient beauty from a time and place with intriguing and interesting history and stories.
Roman Empire (Gallic Secessionist): bronze antoninianus of Victorinus, Cologne mint, ca. 270-271 AD
Thank you for this chance Lord M!
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