Lets see your Cherry Picked coin

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Hoky77, Oct 25, 2018.

  1. Hoky77

    Hoky77 Well-Known Member

    I just got my most recent "Cherry Pick" in the mailbox today. (Been checking it often) I love picking up that under priced variety coin in a sale where the seller missed that one little detail or holding your breath while bidding on an auction that you hope nobody else sees what you see. I know coins can be cherry picked in more than one way but what I want to see are those missed varieties! Slabs count too if they are unmarked. It might be fun to post your pics and see who knows what the variety is. Here's my most recent find that I got at a 1857 FEC VF price, a relatively easy one to ID IMG_5249.JPG IMG_5251.JPG
     
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  3. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    Type of 56?
     
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  4. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    I picked this one at a show.
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  5. LA_Geezer

    LA_Geezer Well-Known Member

    Speaking of 1880 IHC, I was able to get this one at a very reasonable price from an ebay seller yesterday, but have not received it yet (his photos).

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  6. TypeCoin971793

    TypeCoin971793 Just a random nobody who doesn’t know anything...

    I don’t think so
     
  7. okbustchaser

    okbustchaser Just plain busted Supporter

    An 1810 that I picked up last weekend at the Indian Nations show...a cherry pick that most non-Overton collectors (for that matter, many who do collect by die marriage) wouldn't look at twice because of the cleaning.
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  8. Hoky77

    Hoky77 Well-Known Member

    Correct, I have been trying for one of these forever, It's the closest I will ever be to owning a 56.
    A sweet Snow 1 ?
     
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  10. Hoky77

    Hoky77 Well-Known Member

    I have collected copper/bronze most of my life and I am woefully ignorant in the world of nickel, silver and gold. I have been reading and learning in my short time here at CT :happy:
     
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  12. coinquest1961

    coinquest1961 Active Member

    1799. Cherried as a 1798.
     

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  13. Dug13

    Dug13 Active Member

    For those of us that are not familiar with the varieties posted, it would be great of you could identify when posting pics. Thanks.
     
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  14. Hoky77

    Hoky77 Well-Known Member

    I like the challenge of identifying a coin and I have good references for IHC's and Lrg.Cents and from what I can see of the 1906 I can't put a reference number on it. It probably would be a good idea if posters made sure their photos clearly show the identifiers for the variety and maybe give a heads up if it is a relatively new find so that we know that our older books ect. won't have the updated material. It would also be nice if the poster would check back in a reasonable amount of time and correct any false Id's or if the coin has stumped the viewers, Id it for us. Personally I am looking to learning about coins outside my comfort zone. Also this thread won't be any fun if someone thinks it is funny to post a coin that isn't a variety.
     
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  15. longshot

    longshot Enthusiast Supporter

    O-101, fairly early die state?
    I think I see the "Morse code" on the reverse, but maybe I'm all wet.
     
  16. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    Sounds like a good idea. Maybe add a quick explanation of the variety.
     
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  17. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

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  18. okbustchaser

    okbustchaser Just plain busted Supporter

    101 is correct. The prime die state with no obverse die crack at the date is considered R-7. (approximately 4-12 known examples)
     
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  19. jtlee321

    jtlee321 Well-Known Member

    Here are a few of my favorites from this year.

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    1900-O DMPL these are incredibly tough to find in DMPL.
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  20. C-B-D

    C-B-D Well-Known Member

    Purchased cheaply as a 63, but there's something funny in front of the eagle's beak! ;)
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  21. BigTee44

    BigTee44 Well-Known Member

    As bought 4B7717BE-3A7D-43C5-9B06-BAFEFA483AEC.jpeg

    NCS & NGC then also CAC. I no longer own it

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