Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by New Gen. Nick, Oct 4, 2011.
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That's a nice strike. I went back and looked at mine, it has planchet lines across the portrait due to a weaker strike.
Thanks it has some extreme luster as well! Unfortunately maybe some split plating on the S and T of Trust.
Hell yes, GREAT coin. Has the woody look!
The Denver mint made some very nice examples in 94 but it takes a LOT of searching to find them. As I recall there are some PCGS MS-69 examples. A 69 is one of my grail coins - yet could be obtained with diligent searching. Likely the only way I'll ever own a 69!
Where did you find it?
I had bought this crappy after market "set" for like a buck or 2 and pulled the 67 Half dollar to put in a SMS that I picked up for 1 dollar that was missing the half and I noticed the cent was very nice.
Thanks! Need to be prepared for the opportunity to get lucky when it comes along!
Ha, after rereading that last sentence, it has a much different connotation now than 40 years ago when I was 18!
Very nice acquisitions. I am inspired to share what I have.
The 36-S has just hints of silvery toning beginning at 10:00 on both sides.
A set I bought on eBay. Some gorgeous color on them. eBay photos, not mine.
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