Post your Lincolns!

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by New Gen. Nick, Oct 4, 2011.


Do you like the new pennies?


  2. ew no.

  1. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    So same situation as before 1960 LD and slabbed SD...slab says MD65 RD. PhotoEditor_20190512_210151596.jpg PhotoEditor_20190512_210225589.jpg PhotoEditor_20190512_210306778.jpg PhotoEditor_20190512_210341398.jpg

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  3. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    This one is going to the crime lab.;)
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  4. robec

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  5. leeg

    leeg I Enjoy Toned Coins

    Back in the day, five years or more, I had a super nice Lincoln Cent collection. Sold it on eBay and had a HUGE loss. Here is one of them that Stewart Blay like:


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    leeg I Enjoy Toned Coins

  7. RonSanderson

    RonSanderson Supporter! Supporter

    1934 Lincoln, new photos.

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    leeg I Enjoy Toned Coins

  9. dwhiz

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  10. RonSanderson

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    A rephotographed 1934-D Lincoln, last shown in post #4357.

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  12. leeg

    leeg I Enjoy Toned Coins

    Loved this one. Purchased from Mark Goodman.

  13. RonSanderson

    RonSanderson Supporter! Supporter

    1935-D and 1935-S with new photos. Previously shown in post #4150.

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  14. RonSanderson

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    This 1936 suffers from a little bit of flatness on the jaw and cheek. In hand, it's blast red and dazzling. It amazes me for a raw coin that's 83 years old. This coin was previously shown in post #4115.

    I tried tipping the coin away from the lights instead of toward them. The use of incident lighting rather than a more axial (that is, nearly overhead) excites the luster rather than just illuminating the fields.

    With a nearly perpendicular angle to the lights. (Angle like |.)

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    A second try using the same coin, with the bottom of the coin tipped down so the light comes from the top of the coin at a slight angle from vertical. (Angle like /.) Also the exposure is one step darker.

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  15. leeg

    leeg I Enjoy Toned Coins

    Here's a wild one:

  16. Betty Coppock

    Betty Coppock New Member

    Very new please bare with me how do I post a photo
  17. Betty Coppock

    Betty Coppock New Member

    New here ... thought this guy was

    Is it worth keeping?

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  18. RonSanderson

    RonSanderson Supporter! Supporter

    Monetarily, probably not. Because you like it and find it interesting, sure, keep it - it’s kinda cool, whatever happened to it.

    Warning! As you see more coins your tastes may evolve, so follow your likes. Don’t worry too much about what other people think.
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  19. Larry E

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  20. Bambam8778

    Bambam8778 Well-Known Member

    Gorgeous !
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  21. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    Abe better hide that hickey on his neck PhotoEditor_20190518_215512802.jpg PhotoEditor_20190518_215543867.jpg a little better or he will have some 'splainin' to do to Mary Todd...:rolleyes:
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