Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by ddddd, Jun 5, 2020.
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As far as I know, the slab is clean (I've seen a video of the coin but it isn't mine).
But at one time I had a roll of unc. 1904 o some of the nicest specimens you want to see...and New Orleans mint isnt known for hammered strikes. The marks really kill it.
New Orleans definitely isn't known for great strikes. The luster is at times also lacking on these. But there are some dates with nice color (like 83-O, 84-O, 85-O, and 1904-O).
Thanks, I’ll guess UNC Details.
People know how hard it is to find a nicely struck 1904-O, so I'm not surprised that the buyers were happy.
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Ill share the short version... I met a seller on ebay back in the day.
We became friends good friends, she sold all sorts of stuff. Car parts kids clothes.everything.
So what happen was After 40 years of marriage her father was called out by his wife that for the last 40 years they been married he has cheated on her with the same woman!
So my friends mom said enough....40 years enough and divorced him.
This guy not only played the field he collected coins buillon,stamps ,1st ed books
He had thousands in stuff. The 3 children decieded that my friend would sell it off.
So she did...i got a lot of rolls... now the collection is sold , the dude kept telling his real wife if she left him he die!
He passed 3 days after the ink dryed on the paper on the divorse.
So the 3 children decieded that they creatmate dad and spread his ashes up on the mountain he hunted.... well the mistress stole his ashes....and my friends youngest son had to crawl though the doggie door to steal grand pa back!
At which time they beat tracks up to the mountain...to give dad a colorful man a colorable place to rest.
This dude has a hoard of coins....and books....if it was a collectable he knew value.
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