Anyway he asked if I’d hold on to them and asked if I’d like to review them to see if there’s anything interesting. I jumped at the chance. Well he brought me a box with about 5 pounds of coinage. There were a few recent mint sets, a couple of incomplete penny and state quarter books and then a cigar box full. There were a number of Walkers, Franklins and ‘64 Kennedys. There were about 30 War nickels, dozens of Rosies, Mercs, and Washington’s with a few SLQs, Barbers along with a few Indian heads and hundreds of wheats. sadly I found a few laminations and a probable no FG Kennedy but the remainder were nice but well circulated coins. But as I was running the pennies through my magnifier I was shocked to see a strange penny, one I had never seen before. There was a bird appearing on the screen! It was an 1858 Flying Eagle cent. my personal collection consists of coins I find while metal detecting and while I have coins as far back as 1598, a Flying Eagle is high on my bucket list. I called my buddy to tell him what he has and he told me to keep it. Very generous but I’m insisting he keep it. He said when he returns we’ll “talk”. Anyway just wondering how the members of this forum would grade this coin?