Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by H8_modern, Feb 25, 2011.
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And here we go! Lord, help me now ...
from the Cromwell, CT coin show. sorry about the cell phone snaps.
Really nice with Arrows from New Orleans. Love Lib Seateds as it's a very historical issuance. Note that exact numbers are this important but my conservative guess is an EF-40.
Thanks! I won't give it away now, I am thinking on a GTG soon!
I meant to say "not that actual grade #'s are that important "
I only ever had 1 with arrows half and it was a vg.
Yup. Why not $25 who knows. Maybe the same rationale that the current China gold Panda coins previously known as 1 oz are now designated in grams (30 gram, 15 gram....) which slightly short changes them a hair's breath from a previously full ounce. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Gold_Maple_Leaf
Sellers image sort of I just linked all 3 together.
Really common commemorative half, 1935-S MS66 PCGS, but one I paid stupid money for because it was the most beautiful one in this grade I've ever seen.
And another MS66 PCGS, the 1920 Pilgrim.
Yes the 01 is cleaned but there’s a good bit of meat left on the bone and some nice color on the obverse. Also, the price was right.
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