How To Post (Upload) Photos

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

  1. Robert sherman

    Robert sherman New Member

     
  2. Avatar

    Guest User Guest



    to hide this ad.
  3. Kelly Capone

    Kelly Capone Well-Known Member

    Have mine not been...?
     
  4. Candi Everett

    Candi Everett New Member

    Anything up with this!? Im new but it just looks 'off'
     
  5. Candi Everett

    Candi Everett New Member

    Anything up with this!? Im new but it just looks 'off'
     
  6. Candi Everett

    Candi Everett New Member

    Anything up with this!? Im new but it just looks 'off'
     
  7. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    It's easy to learn. Just play with it. In the reply window, hit the "Upload a File" button and select the files you wish to be displayed.
     
  8. Candi Everett

    Candi Everett New Member

    Ok so I, along with my husband have been collecting coins for several years. As a cashier I started out buying wheat pennies from my cash drawer as a contribution to my husband's hobby. Anyhow I still have no idea what I'm looking for as far as valuable coins because mostly I look for older coins or coins that look odd or off for whatever reason. By far my coolest find and oldest coin to date is a 1907 indian head penny. So last week I buy my usual coins that peaked my curiosity and I came across this 2016 Philadelphia mint dime. It caught my eye because it looked like an older coin because of the color. I was caught off guard by the date. I tried go take some good clear pictures but as amateur collectors we do not have the 'professional' equipment to get a clear vividly detailed picture. Any thoughts or opinions on this or does it look odd to anyone else? Just wondering if its its all in my mind 20200907_141256.jpg 20200907_141715.jpg 20200907_141256.jpg
     
    ldhair and Kentucky like this.
  9. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else

    Hi @Candi Everett welcome to CT. Your images are good, the only thing you need to do when they are on your pc is crop them to the edges of the coin. They enlarge even further and members here can get a good look at the area(s) in question.
    Also try to post them in a relevant section, as this one doesn't get too many views.
    Again welcome onboard the crazy train
     
    Candi Everett likes this.
  10. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    Hey! You got it!
     
    Candi Everett likes this.
  11. Candi Everett

    Candi Everett New Member

    Thanks yall!
     
    Kentucky likes this.
  12. Mike norris

    Mike norris New Member

    Hello.im new here and im just tryin to find some i fo on a few coins i have .1 is a 1964 penny .without the letter D under the numbers1964.an the letter L on the liberty isnt really there and when i look at it up close really good i can see what i think is a letters fc on the bak of it where the stairs is and a man in the middle of the building few more thimg but would lile to speack to somwone before doin all this typein.so z see if u can help me.and i ha e a 1979 penny.will send pics.just write me bak if you can help me or send me to theright ppl.thanks an im sorry for just writeing on ur wall.just new here an dont no how to post on my own stuff an so here i am..
     
    Kentucky likes this.
  13. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else

    Hi Mike, welcome to CT. You need to post your enquiry on a forum page like coin chat or error coins. When you have typed your question, upload your fotos with the upload a file button. When they have loaded click the full image button for each foto and then click create post. A lot of experienced members will see your post and answer you only if you include the fotos, in focus and from directly above the coin(s).
     
  14. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    @expat is correct, but let me take a stab...pennies (or cents) without a mint mark are made in Philadelphia. Only certain years have the P mint mark. D is for Denver and S is for San Francisco. Missing letters are caused by the die filling up with grease or debris and isn't worth any premium. The FG on the back is the designer's initials and the guy in the Lincoln Memorial is...................Abraham Lincoln. The Lincoln pennies have been around since 1909. Welcome to CT
     
  15. Nathen Mckinney

    Nathen Mckinney New Member

     
  16. Felicia04

    Felicia04 New Member

  17. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

  18. Felicia04

    Felicia04 New Member

    Thanks I was jus testing out posting a pic to see if I could do it but thank you
     
    Kentucky likes this.
  19. Thomas G.

    Thomas G. New Member

    Im only seeing the “more options” past the text box, and it doesn’t open up to manage attachments
     
  20. Thomas G.

    Thomas G. New Member

    2004 ERROR NICKEL “TRUSF”
     
  21. Thomas G.

    Thomas G. New Member

Draft saved Draft deleted

Share This Page