How To Post (Upload) Photos

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Speedy, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. Michaeljcon

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  9. PatrickCoinOvice

    PatrickCoinOvice New Member

    This site is incredibly difficult for beginners, I've spent 45 minutes just trying to navigate my way to posting anything
  10. Rusty Sparks

    Rusty Sparks New Member

    Hello 1st off if I misunderstood the rules about posting. Please direct me in the right direction..

    So my sis gave me a bunch of change for helping her with some things. An i found a penny with some (im assumimg) errors. I am curious to know is it common to find a coin of such? An I know it's value couldnt be no more then face value but curious to see.. It is missing the L from Liberty as well as looks like some is masking the 1 and missing the last digit in the date.. (See photos) I am posting several angles and lighting to hopefully understand it
  11. Rusty Sparks

    Rusty Sparks New Member

    Im so sorry but the instructions to post photos do not allow me to upload nor are they correct in showing stated information..If someone could tell me how to upload my photos it would be appreciated
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  13. a1scrapmetals

    a1scrapmetals New Member

    Here is a
    1890 Indian Cent 1c Graded ms65 GEM Unc RD By USCG (fc), also a strong clashing by face/eye. What is the value and where should i sell this?

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  14. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    Other than the United States Coast Guard, I've never heard of USCG.

  15. Retirementplanman

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  16. buckeye73

    buckeye73 Well-Known Member

    By 1970, the IBM 360 Mainframe computer was (only) the size of a small size passenger car at college and punch cards were used. By that time, hand calculators performed simple math functions. Before that, we engineering students used a slide rule.. ... still have that antique! Sorry about the reminiscing... back to the subject.
  17. Julizz

    Julizz New Member

    I don’t know how to post a picture. Thank you
  18. Julizz

    Julizz New Member

    Having hard time posting photos
  19. k_lee76

    k_lee76 Member

    I cannot figure out how to post a thread with pictures. Been a while since I've been here. Looks like the format has changed.
  20. Sam Stone

    Sam Stone Old, fat, bald, gray, ugly, lazy, and married

    I'm new, and perusing the pages I see you worked this stuph on Christmas day. Just wanted to tell you how impressed I am.
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