Let's see your newest acquisitions!

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by H8_modern, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. ReaperRuler

    ReaperRuler Resident Numismatist

    Coin Show purchases from Saturday. Not shown are a 1964 proof set (non accented hair), 1964 P and D mint set, 2009 P and D mint set and United States Copper Cents 1816-1857 by Newcomb.


    The image isnt the best and I'm not feeling up to photographing them all yet. In the image are a 1970-D Kennedy Half, 1979 Kennedy Half, 2010-S Abraham Lincoln Proof, 1943 Walking Liberty Half, 1943-S Walking Liberty Half, 1910-S Lincoln Cent, 1914-S Lincoln Cent. Better pics and pictures of the reverse of each coin will follow at some point in the future.
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  3. WingedLiberty

    WingedLiberty Well-Known Member

  4. SSG_Gonzo

    SSG_Gonzo Well-Known Member

    Holy Moly where can I get a set like that!!! Again Winged you amaze me with your collection and make it even more difficult for me to catch up to you.
  5. Gimme_More_Coins

    Gimme_More_Coins Active Member

  6. onecenter

    onecenter Member

    Wow, thems real purdy!
  7. jello

    jello Not Expert★NormL®

    Wow gimme more coins Nice Gemmy mix! :)
    MS 67Red 1954-S wheat cent has not a large population !
    I am sure someone can post it.
  8. rlm's cents

    rlm's cents Numismatist

    Not too rare, but less than a lot. 678 by NGC.
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  9. bsowa1029

    bsowa1029 Franklin Half Addict

    Bought a small lot of Roosies on eBay last week. They arrived today.
    Here are the highlights
    1952 S 10C obv.jpg 1952 S 10C rev.jpg 1954 10C Obv.jpg 1954 10C Rev.jpg 1955 10C obv.jpg 1955 10C rev.jpg 1956 10C Obv.jpg 1956 10C Rev.jpg 1956 D 10C obv.jpg 1956 D 10C rev.jpg
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  10. Paul_62

    Paul_62 Just takin' it one day at a time

  11. jello

    jello Not Expert★NormL®

    1971-P Jefferson Nickle MS-6? Full Steps
    1971-P MS-65FS Jefferson 5c -2014 (4).JPG 1971-P MS-65FS Jefferson 5c -2014 (11).JPG 1971-P MS-65FS Jefferson 5c -2014 (12).JPG 1971-P MS-65FS Jefferson 5c -2014 (13).JPG
  12. treylxapi47

    treylxapi47 Well-Known Member Dealer

    Well my phone has been messed up and not able to take any good pictures, until my new one came yesterday.

    Here are some 'old' newbies.






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  13. dwhiz

    dwhiz Collector Supporter

  14. anchorsaweigh

    anchorsaweigh Member

    Just picked these up this weekend...

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  15. Mainebill

    Mainebill Wild Bill

    I'd say at least au-50 from these pics is a shade blurry
  16. LionelR

    LionelR Supporter! Supporter

    Thank you for your review and comments, Mainebill. I appreciate your time. I will try for clearer pictures next time - they looked so clear at the time :) Thank you again.
  17. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

  18. treylxapi47

    treylxapi47 Well-Known Member Dealer

    They are all AU-58 'sliders' for the series I bought them in, those are the more affordable coins before big price jumps in true mint state.

    The large cent is an MS-63 RB
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  19. MKent

    MKent Well-Known Member

    That's a pretty bold strike tremendous detail on the reverse. I'm just starting to get serious with nickel collecting thanks to Greg who is mentoring me so I'm not saying yes or no on the 6 step question as an expert, but IMHO no the bottom blends too much for my liking. That being said I concede to the experts and hope to learn something. Really nice nickel by the way.
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  20. jello

    jello Not Expert★NormL®

    This is a mint set coin 1970 til 1976 coin quality took a back seat so did the coin collectors. 1971-P Jefferson Nickel with 5 steps is not rare but there not a big graded population graded or raw.
    this 1 would not get over a MS-65 but that is ok as the set I am doing is MS-65 FS 5-6
  21. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    This arrived in the mail today. Got it for 99 cents buy it now on ebay. The seller was awesome and still honored the sale even though it was supposed to be an auction. She now has a home in my collection where she will be admired for a long long time :)

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