Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Tx_BoneCollector, Feb 12, 2020.
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with @Randy Abercrombie
I would also suggest focusing on one or two series or type of coins you really enjoy seeing or find interesting.
Can I ask you a personal question? Can I ask your age? There have been many discussions here over the years, on advancing/promoting the hobby to the younger generation. Most of us here (I'm guessing/IMO) are old or older guys. Where (can I ask) would you fall into this category? We're hoping you're young!
No doubt in my mind, someone here would be willing to send him a used Redbook.
Darn! That's what I thought. I was hoping you were 16 or 17. Oh well, par for the course. Yes, New Orleans mint....good start! Welcome to the club!
Collect whatever it is you like - graded or not
First, welcome to the neighborhood!
One helpful way to learn how to grade is to look at many, many certified coins whether it is at your local brick & mortar establishment or a coin show. It will also enable you to learn which coins are worth submitting for grading and which are not.
you want. Most of all have fun doing it.
He’s got another 40 years of collecting
Wish I did!
authentic 1943 cent ? Lets see pics of it.
What's your age? You can put it in your "description" that we see when we click on your avatar.
@Tx_BoneCollector you do realize the 1943 copper cent is a big bux item? We would love to see a picture of it and I would bet that everyone on this site would recommend getting it authenticated/graded.
Have it authenticated by one of the major grading services and then I'll believe it.
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