Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Stile, Jun 11, 2022.
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As for the 1885-CC, I know why you bought a Mint State piece. Finding circulated examples is almost impossible, and when you do find them, they cost almost as much as the Mint State pieces. I had that problem when I had a want list customer who wanted to collect is Morgan Dollar set in the circulated grades.
For what it is worth here is my 85 CC.
That is wonderful! Now you'll start the VAMS?!
@Stile, that is quite an accomplishment, and I'm sure you have a big smile on your face and a really good feeling of relief.
I like the 1886S. A labor of love. I’m so impressed and glad for you
So many mint marks. Must of drove you nuts roll searching for those. Lol. Do you think this second book might easier?? Yours are all pretty. Looks like a real real collectors (joe the plumber) collection. Time to move on
All I have to compete with that is a lone 1881-S NGC MS 65. I know, I lose...
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