Lincoln Lover Need !!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by jello, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. jello

    jello Not Expert★NormL®

    Let try to restart the Lincoln lover club!!!! all you have to do is post one and we/form will make comments.let see if we can not argue or anything like that!

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  3. lunar lord

    lunar lord Junior Member

  4. vnickels

    vnickels Matt Draiss Numismatics & Galleries

    Count me in with no pics if possible?
  5. Log Potato

    Log Potato Barberous

    I love searching for wheaties. This is my best find to date:


  6. lunar lord

    lunar lord Junior Member

    wow nice find i best i found was a mid 30s haha ne thing older more then likely ive bought or i got them from my uncle or my dads collection he inheritated but doesnt rly care about the collecting potion he just wont give it up to me tho haha
  7. Log Potato

    Log Potato Barberous

    Well It wasnt found in circulation. A family member had a jar of "old pennies" that they didn't think were worth anything. They let me sift through them and got the VDB. I also got the 1913 dime that's my avatar from the same jar.
  8. BadThad

    BadThad Calibrated for Lincolns

    I think this is in the wrong forum section Jello. It should be in modern coins. I don't consider my Lincolns bullion. LOL
  9. lunar lord

    lunar lord Junior Member

    nice my family isnt into the whole save coins thing haha
  10. coervi

    coervi Lincoln Collector

    lol same thing i was thinking ^
  11. EyeEatWheaties

    EyeEatWheaties Cent Hoarder

    I don't understand. post a pic of a lincoln? OKay.... this purple people eater has me baffled.

  12. mikenoodle

    mikenoodle The Village Idiot Supporter


    here's one of mine
  13. snaz

    snaz Registry fever

    I know that a product called "MS70" (Can someone verify this is the right product) is used to clean coins. And I guess shortly after everyone started using the product, some of their coins started turning blue. I have a 1916 that is totally one color. And the consensus on that one was that it had spent some time in that cleaner.

  14. Duke Kavanaugh

    Duke Kavanaugh The Big Coin Hunter

    Looks like MS70 or Blue Ribbon or something like that.
    Still a nice coin but yes a chemical was put on it IMO
  15. snaz

    snaz Registry fever

    Mike, did you send this one away for grading? I remember grading it a while back. If you did, what'd it come back as?
  16. illini420

    illini420 1909 Collector

    I like Lincolns too :)

  17. mikenoodle

    mikenoodle The Village Idiot Supporter

    I didn't send it Shawn. I found black spots on it and didn't want to chance a $50 coin being body bagged for spots
  18. EyeEatWheaties

    EyeEatWheaties Cent Hoarder

    The lincoln # 68610 is BN?? right side bottom coin. That is quite an interesting, no, that is a super cool variety of the same grade. would love to see em up close
  19. snaz

    snaz Registry fever

    On the other hand, wasn't it possibly very expensive because it was such a high grade and variety?
    Anyway, I see your point. I was just curious if I had missed the thread when it came back.
  20. illini420

    illini420 1909 Collector

    Yeah, there can be a wide variety of colors and still be considered a BN coin. Some will be just shy of being RB, some will be dark brown, some will be purple and some will be a mix of all of the above. That one (14168610) is definitely closest to RB of the bunch though. And you're in luck because that one was imaged by PCGS TrueView service so you can get a very nice look:


    Click here for the ultra big version of the picture:
  21. EyeEatWheaties

    EyeEatWheaties Cent Hoarder

    Oh wow.... I thought I was in love with collecting Lincolns.. wowie zowie!!!! That is over the top for a relatively common coin. That is an amazingly great photo, they are exactly like the ones on coinfacts, that photo is so good I am surprised it went 65. lol!! I am very impressed and I am jaded!

    But wait!! Between certification and that photo service I hope the coin was free. Is it acceptable to ask what shipping, cert and photo cost you? I don't think I'll ever send in a coin, except for maybe for one AU+14d - its the only one I think is valuable enough to slab. I hate seeing them in a slab even though I do have bunches of those blue boxes filled with slabs that I never look at. Seems to defeat the purpose. I digress sorry....
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