Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by H8_modern, Feb 25, 2011.
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Love the way your files show off the luster on coins . . . wish I had the time to put those kinds of files together.
An original XF 1879-S Quarter Eagle . . .
A scarce 1873-S Seated Dime in XF (I see that this is a coin another member bid on . . . I feel a little remorse, but I think the coin is nicer than the photos in the listing conveyed, and warranted a higher price) . . .
A very scarce and very nice AU 1907-S Gold Eagle . . .
An elusive high grade 1906-O Barber Quarter . . .
Beautiful coins. What do you use to take such clear pictures?
Very nice. I’ve been looking for an 1892 for my proof set. Haven’t seen many
2 clad proofs
4 silver dimes
And finally 6 niçkels, 5 war and 1 Buffalo
The dimes and war nickels are the most common coins I find in circulation, most people don't know about the war nickels and the dime are harder to spot edge checking
Nice! O-104 R3?
The "a" die state (note the reverse die crack at D STA) which is R-4.
No premium to speak of for the later die state, though as overall the marriage is R-3.
Right I saw the die crack, but missed to mention the “a” die state.
@Randy Abercrombie likes white coins! Couldn't resist showing a couple toners. though.
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