Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by H8_modern, Feb 25, 2011.
I love these. I have a seated potty dollar myself
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I wish there was a love button. Trade dollar patterns are on my want list once I get back to collecting more serious once the world settles down and my life gets more on track
some of my US newps from the past few months, not counting stuff I bought for the giveaways and/or swapstock to flip.
@lordmarcovan That 1853 quarter is really nice!
Thanks. Modest grade, but neat grey CircCam toning. Which comes as no surprise, since I bought it from @CircCam. It's too dark for some folks. Not for me.
I posted a thread and poll about it here.
Here is the one it replaced.
PCGS SP67. Priceguide is presently $24 on it. The toning and the TrueView and the fact that it's from my birthyear made me snap it up... quickly.
One is a proof and the other is an MS64 with a CAC. I couldn't bring myself to break open either of those, so I scoured the web for a raw, but nice, V-nickel.
Here’s its new home.
So I finally got out my original 89s that I hated. This coin looks really good to the naked eye and under normal room lights. You put any mag on or her at all or some nice lights.... and ugh.
not too bad looking, with very close to PL reflections:
Ok.... something is definitely wrong:
Turn the light a little and all of a sudden it looks like she was ran over by a car. I have no idea what would cause this damage, especially in her hair:
She was on my “must replace” list for a long time
She always has some great coins. Pretty coin. Love the color.
The seller reports that this is most likely from the Randall Hoard, found buried underneath a railway platform in 1868. (The article says 1878, but that is certainly a typo, because they cite a reference to the find dated 1869.)
Gorgeous! Are you working on a braided date set?
No, just buying a few top pieces here and there while copper is cooled off.
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