Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by H8_modern, Feb 25, 2011.
Ok will do thanks!
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Man you stole that.....sweet coin
I think it was just dumb luck. I had a higher bid and I didn’t expect to win it.
Repunched letters O over F on the reverse of that quarter. Always liked those.
This coin is not graded, but matches up well with photos of slabbed AU58’s. Although, at this point it’s an album coin, and all that’s irrelevant.
Feel free to expand these images for a much closer look.
Here's how that finished page looks in the album. I flipped over three of them so I could appreciate the design changes on the reverse - no design elements over the eagle, rays around the eagle, and the motto in the banner over the eagle. I am especially fond of that banner, but I couldn’t tell you why that is.
The Barber, Franklin, and Kennedies are proofs.
I just have two holes left in the album, on the dollar coin page. They may take a while to find.
It most certainly is a challenge, especially with what I call what you have there the wet look proofs!
Later 50's early 60's seems to have the wet look ,as to other dates that show frosty devices.
That Bust quarter is superb! So is the SLQ.
Both coins are a joy to behold.
The Large Cent is in excellent shape and should be in a NGC low MS holder.
The Washington quarter resides in an PCGS Proof 68 holder?!
Large cent = PR67DCAM - I wish ;-)
PS: there's only one known 1853 PRF:
...and it's questionable if it really is a proof.
I would definitely crack that out of the tomb...
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