Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Vizzura, Apr 22, 2021.
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That is awesome.
1847 Seated dollar, ANACS VF35
1855 Type 2 gold dollar, PCGS XF45
1881-S Morgan dollar, PCGS MS65
1921 Peace dollar, NGC MS62
Peace dollar, 1934, PCGS MS64
Canada: silver dollar of George V, 1935; "Voyageur" type, PCGS MS64
Mine happens to be a DDR !! Graded XF details !
That is a super cool medal. Like it! Aluminum, or white metal? I dug a Royal Tailors medal while detecting the sidewalk in a Victorian neighborhood once. It was copper, brass, or bronze. Same general era. Not quite as large. Had a cool lion on it but not as nice as the one on yours.
Your thumbnail, on the other hand... well... that’s one reason I often wear white gloves. Not so much for the coin, but to prevent people examining my fingernails and such. I would never make it as a hand model.
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