Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by 2x2 $averKrazy, Jul 12, 2019.
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When I was little I hanged out with too many coin collecters & never thought much of coins in that sort of condition.
was a dateless buffalo, so what's the downside?
I thought this treatment often left the surface more gray and dull. This nickel has turned out really well.
It’s a personal choice certainly, but I consider a set to be complete with one example of each year and mint.
Some people like to add the major varieties. They may seem essential because the old blue Whitman folders included slots for them.
But varieties are a slippery slope. Which varieties are actually major? Do you need 1918/17? How about two feathers? When are you done?
On my set I only tried for one example of each year. And I feel it’s complete. . . . Until I see something shiny . . .
Congratulations on completing your set!
thank still want the D OV S
That reminds me that I need to check all my 1938 D buffalos
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