Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by charley, Nov 26, 2021.
And that 1877 58 Grade is going to have a new home, for certain.
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But not knowing who Charmy is? There is no absolution granted for that sin.
I say banish him to the search feature with lashes.
Yes!!! Pitchforks and Torches Meeting on the Village Green at Midnight. Be done with this evilness!
I'd like to know what a Charmy is too.
Penny Lady... a LARGER THAN LIFE presence in the Numismatic World. She makes Laura look like a wannabe (well, that is a little exaggeration, but still).
Laura? Who's Laura?
Charmy Harker. "The Penny Lady".
Presumably the coin mentioned in the OP is an 1877 Indian cent in AU58.
Laura Sperber. Legend Numismatics. Another prominent female dealer.
He definitely hasn't made it easy on the uninitiated.
Sperber. But, not knowing that one is not a Cardinal sin, it is more like a 'I only took one cookie from the cookie jar' sin.
Truth in Editing: changed 'tin' to 'sin'
Yes. I fell in love with it at Balt. Charmy captured it at Balt., and now is throwing it back into the sea. I happen to be the circling shark that has the only Machine Gun in the new Sharkmeggdon movie series.
Once you secure this beauty, I trust you will bless the rest of us with some photos.
Not up yet, she is still settling in with the cat after the return Balt. trip, and of course Thanksgiving. I can say the photo on her report does not do it justice, if seen in person. My opinion.
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