Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by H8_modern, Feb 25, 2011.
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If I get any closer with the photos I will update this post later.
Edit: I have replaced the image. The previous one was a bit darker but this is closer to the lighter warm golden glow that is visible in hand.
There is a for sale section just for that porpose.....there are other members here who are also dealers who do not exploit the rules by posting their ads in the main forums threads.
I find this very annoying as well as unfair to other dealers whom don't use this forum as a for sale sign for their business!
1921-S MS65+BN PCGS Pop 1/0 Ex: Abe's Coloring Book
Here's a new birthday addition to my physical 7070. In a Blanchard slab, whatever that is. I liked the toning and the amazing likeness of Lee. Here are too many pictures. Many scratches on the slab.
Nice, beautiful wheat cents Giorgio.
Here's a really cool woodgrain Buffalo toned in orange and blue . . .
And a prooflike 1873 Open 3 Quarter Eagle. BU, but with hairlines in the fields . . .
A 1917-D Rev Walker . . .
A very scarce 1873 Quad Stripes Half Dollar in XF . . .
And a very original, full gem mint state 1912 $10 Indian. Much netter in hand than in photos . . .
Nice $1 gold! The $10 Indian ain’t too shoddy, either.
I actually like the $10 better than the $1, but it's difficult to tell why from my photos. The $10 is a VERY nice coin.
1923-S MS64BN PCGS Ex: Abe's Coloring Book
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