Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Detecto92, Mar 21, 2012.
Pretty definite PMD
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Nah, Frank it's PMA...post mint "alteration".
Just received these Daniel Carr beauties: 1813-2013 Battle of Lake Erie Bicentennial medal, 3 coin set with a satin finish in brass, copper and silver...serial number 46 of 50.
From the Patrick mint, the shinny coppers always catch my interest
A salt company token
A mystro magic, palming and manipulation coin
A so called dollar Michigan,1933 Century of Progress
Wow.... I like those. I have a collection of exonumia, featuring the Canada flag, so of course, I just ordered a set of these medals!!
Royal Canadian Mint Medal - Silver medal issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1987 to celebrate one billion in sales. The recipient was E.D. Hupe. The medal weighs 169.5 grams and is 75 mm in diameter. What I like about this bit of exonumia, is that it depicts Canadian coins, on a "coin".
no very rare ones in the bunch but the value being arund $0.40 each, i think i did good
I picked up this neat overstrike on a 1975 Lincoln Cent from Ernie Latter at the last Baltimore coin show. This is an unusual pictorial and would be a great piece for a gun enthusiast or collector. I like this style of counterstamp because the coin and date are identifiable although flattened and distorted.
I like any type of Lincoln exonumia mackwork but especially your token. Great pick up.
This is an unusual rolled English Penny from 1920 that I bought at a small local coin show yesterday. It was issued by the New Jersey Exonumia Society in conjunction with the Garden State Numismatic Association convention in June, 1982 held in Cherry Hill. Apparently, only 4 were rolled so this is pretty rare or possibly unique. I've never seen a rolled coin this large. I thought some of you might be interested in seeing it.
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