Error coins (1/4$'s) I found roll hunting for 2016.

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  1. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    I got a 2017 Red Book , and put prices on them, they're not for sale to any individual. Ask if you want to see up close images under a 25X pen microscope with an 8.1 mega-pixel camera, or huge 600 dpi scans.
     

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  3. cpm9ball

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    Where did you come up with those values? Have any of those coins sold for those prices?

    Chris
     
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  4. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    The newer 2017 RED BOOK spiral ring bound soft cover book. Page 431 MISSTRIKES AND ERRORS. I never sold any, but see they sell on other coin sellers sites. Ebay has some note-worthy coins sometimes.
     
  5. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    :facepalm: I don't think so
     
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  6. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    Go see for yourself. Buy a paperback copy of the 2017 RED BOOK for businesses, and on page 431 read it to yourself or share in a group. Real fun. Real easy, really interesting. Facts.
     
  7. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    How long have you been collecting coins. Did you just start Error and Variety coin hunting?
    And I have the 2017 Red Book and a few more going back several years.
     
  8. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    paddyman98 knows real errors values. red book values versus the real world are 2 different things.
     
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  9. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    I have had error coins and Misstrikes since 1978. I held the only known to exist Aluminum 1974 D Lincoln Cent as well, back then. Finding good reliable info on them has recently started surfacing in reference books, but collectors prices are different than business prices for retail. I know this. I'm only using the RED BOOK as a reference as to what their prices dictate. The hype and jingle of Retail isn't my gig.
     
  10. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    I'm aware some VAM dollar coins with off center strikes can range in the 10's of thouands, an oversight in the book, but also into consideration. There's a lot to consider if you try & buy and sell them for fun or profits. Nobody likes losing money.
     
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  12. mynamespat

    mynamespat Missing Hugs and Handshakes

    If you're paying $4 for raw MS-64 2015-D quarters, I'm your man!
     
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  13. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    LOL, thanks for the candor @mynamespat ! I had to of had a way to come up with $1,969 as for the price of loot these days. It coincides with the year I was born, men on the moon, and the coveted $75,000 1969 S MS-63 (or better) ddo Lincoln Cents too. Thanks for the offer though.
     
  14. britannia40

    britannia40 Well-Known Member

    im curious about this 1974 Aluminum cent.

    have pictures?
    still got it?

    Chris
     
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  15. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    Unfortunately NO. I had to give it back to my source. I had it for 5 minutes though :)
     
  16. britannia40

    britannia40 Well-Known Member

    ok I was just curious I have never seen one. i figured you might have taken a picture with it as it seems quite rare from the description. im not a penny man so I wouldn't know.
     
  17. David Cote

    David Cote New Member

    My mom back in 1962 started keeping coins for me and did so till she past in 2007 if i went by the red book 2017 page 431 i should be a 25 million in the back.Hmmm wonder why i'm driving i 2001 Golf. ?
     
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  18. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    I preferred the more readily available to the novice, instead of squandering money I didn't or don't have. I learned Karate from a book, and have an instructor for Karate as a trusty neighbor. Life's good. Only needed to read a book, and trust no one. The first top left coin would be the 1994-P Double Ear.
     

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  19. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    I found my photos for this page I made. Up close scans at 600 dpi. err-94-P-DDO-double-chin-profile-MS-63 001.jpg err-97-P-MS-63.jpg 1997-P-Cracked-Die-ERR on rev.jpg
     
  20. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    I will post any coins you may want to see for 600 dpi scans (from the right) next. err-Maryland-State-DDR-MS-63.jpg 2015-D-Circulation-Strike-MS-64.jpg 2015-D-DDR-Oblong-double-Os-MS-63.jpg 2016-P-Neck-Blobs-DDR-Harpers-Ferry-MS-64.jpg
     
  21. ACoinJob

    ACoinJob 354/450 varieties of American Small Cents, gone.

    It was around 1978 we held it for a short time. As a youngster, I lacked tools (except reading books) and no photos taken, sorry.
     
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