Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by C-B-D, Sep 21, 2019.
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Holy original... Send that thing to CAC
Now the R -5 factor could convince a h10 collector to be willing to pay a premium.
However 99.99% of the time I wouldn't share this information ...I cherry pick him
But this is John.....and we done some horse trading over the years....and I would be honest with him as we have an understanding.....
You too can have an understanding for a price
The eagels right wing top no wear,no wear on curls and cap.
Thanks not mine just pulled an image for educational purpose....
But please know I'm not knocking your specimen, in fact would love to make it part of the Paddy h-10 collection.
This is a issue a h -10 collector like myself deals with all the time , but again it's what you deal with collecting this series.
* I say very collectable series as they were cheaper to collect than higher denominations.
As 5 cents had the buying power of a buck today.
So to many who were middle class could afford 5 cents.
I'm going to WAG AU-55. This is the sorta coin that, based on those pictures, if I were a variety collector and I needed the variety I'd put a halfhearted bid on, but wouldn't be upset if I lost.
Can you show us different pics with different lighting?
I'll post the trueview next week if it ever uploads. Been taking up to a week after getting grades to get a trueview.
So you concour with my attribution Nat? I know you did the attribution lol couldn't help yourself could You?
@physics-fan3.14 on this one. I can’t see how much luster there is. The details are minimum 58, and I don’t really see wear. My guess is 62 with the luster subdued from the terminal toning
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