Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by The Penny Lady®, Aug 17, 2009.
It is not encapsulated, but it does not need it: it should grade 64 RB or very close
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It comes as close as one can hope to get, as far as roman bronzes of the 1st century is concerned, to a mint state coin.
Even though I started it, I have to agree! I'm getting to see some absolutely gorgeous copper out there, especially in other types of coins that I don't normally come across, especially ancient coins that I didn't even know came in bronze or copper. I'm so glad you are all showing off all your beautiful pieces.
they are still very nice.Better than average for sure!
I really like these tokens. Are they hard to obtain?
What is the price range for these? I am seriously considering looking into these,in the near future.
Yeppers, some mighty sweet stuff on this thread.
I posted it long ago, but I'll throw down once more... my favorite copper. A half dollar...
very nice.Eduard. The ancient is in very good shape for the age!
beautiful coin.I like the toning on the rev.
That's a nice one. Everybody says "original surfaces"; this one actually is. A little mint red, some cartwheel... yep, that's the real thing, right there.
Looks like a 64 but definitely BN.
I think you're right on the BN designation, but here's what I love about this coin...
Who cares if they call it BN or RB ?
The coin is what it is. Wonderful, hard surfaces. Lovely original color. Some subtle mint red.
Of all the things on a slab, the color designation means the least to me, and this thread shows why. Fabulous coins designated BN with plenty of color.
DITTO! Great idea for a thread!
And where was I when this was pretty little guy was going to a new home??? I would have gladly adopted him!
Is it a pattern coin?
Thanks for the help Charmy.
You looked at this coin in Ontario at my table, but obviously it missed catching your attention. I really do need a better way of showcasing my color coins.......
if this slipped by you, it slipped past my show customers as well.
Yes it is.
:bigeyes:...great looking Lincoln
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