I do, and I love these little coins. Besides early large cents and colonials, the CBD's are perhaps my favorite U.S series. Within the Capped Bust Dimes my favorites are the large diameter types, struck in an open collar in use until 1828. The series was continued until 1837 when the last Bust Dimes were struck. CBD's are, as a type, fairly scarce. They are not as scarce as the Capped Bust Quarters (specially the large diameter CBQ's), but quite a bit scarcer in my opinion than Capped Bust Halves. Consider for example that in the year 1827 alone, almost 1/2 a million more Capped Bust Halves were struck that the entire mintage of open collar dimes struck since the start of production in the year 1809, until the year 1828. CBD's in better grades are not that easy to find. CBD's are collected by JR numbers (named after John Reich, the chief designer for the series). All were stuck at the Philadelphia mint. The most popular and coveted date is the 1822. Many collectors of CBDS's have to do without one of these in their collection. Between 200-250 specimens of the 1822 JR-1 Dimes are estimated to exist today, according to the most recent references. Only 30 or less in grades better than VF. Some are, however, known in MS. After the 1822 JR-1, the second most popular date is probably the 1809 JR-1 Dime. Between 200 and 300 of these are estimated to exist. Other popular and sought after dates are the 1811/09 JR-1, (350-250 known to exist), and the 1828 JR-2, struck with an open collar. (In 1828 both open-collar and closed collar/small diameter dimes were struck). Only 1 variety is known for each of the years 1809, 1811/09, and 1822. Besides the popular dates, of course some very rare die varieties exist. The most famous is possibly the 1829 JR-10, with a curled base on the '2'. Very few are known of these, approx. 40 specimens. Other important varieties are the 1824/2 JR-2, with curved top '1' in the denomination. This is a very scarce variety with possibly less than 45 known. Also popular is the 1827 JR-2 with a flat-top '1' in the denominator. These varieties are all listed individually in the Red Book, thus making them popular. OK, enough of this introduction. Some of you are hopefully interested or collect this series and can show your examples. These are some of mine: (Please excuse the poor pictures - my camera is no good with group photos of coins for some reason) 1822 JR-1 Capped Bust Dime: Please post your CBD's!