Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by gboulton, Jul 24, 2012.
He looks like somebody turned out for bike week in Daytona....
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I know the feeling. My hair is way too curly.
I'm very pleased with this start.
They sound magnificent!! Pix as soon as you can please.
I'll try, but I'm afraid I'll get them substantially as TT did, and not get the smoother, softer effect.
Maybe I'll try some video...the new(ish) Canon will do it...
1951-D NGC MS64 FBL : Picked this one up for right around the going price in various auctions. Reasonably clean obverse for an NGC 64 holder, and better than average strike on the reverse, even for an FBL imo.
1954-D PCGS MS64 FBL : Another one right around the going average, but with a particularly clean obverse imo. Couple of dings at the top of my head, but I personally don't find them distracting.
And finally, yeah...I overpaid...but...well...I couldn't help myself.
1955 PCGS MS64FBL
1948D NGC MS64 FBL
Particularly pleased with the strike on this one. Well defined crack in the bell, the Pass and Stow legend clear and readable, and even nice detail in the obverse, including the wisps of hair to the right of Franklin's ear. A really well struck example of the type, imo.
And one heck of a kite flyer indeed!
An so, the hunt for the next victim begins.
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