Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Savy, Apr 13, 2014.
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The Red Book says the mintage was 300+. This is tough type coin to get in Proof because most of them were only minted for two years. In 1860 the mint changed the type by moving "Untied States of America" to the obverse.
This was the first year that the mint made a strong effort to sell Proof coins to collectors. I'd love to have the rest of set from which this coin came. In the those days, the mint sold Proof coins in three groups: all of the non-silver coins, the silver coins and the gold coins.
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Part of the set I just bought.
That was one heck of a year although I'm no longer mint state and am usually impaired.
Man that is a great coin!!! That is what I'm saving for now a nice proof buffalo.
A graded nickel or a raw 37 proof set.
What is the triple and double die referring to on that Ike ?
See the Tripling on the left side of the R in trust?
And the reverse doubling on the wings and lettering?
Separate names with a comma.