Discussion in 'World Coins' started by jello, Jan 14, 2015.
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New Brunswick 1861 Large Cent
This one arrived yesterday, another of my mistakes. Seems that I already have 2 of these 1882 H cents.
1967 toned set. I already have this year, but could not pass up this beautiful toning... sellers pics...
the half, quarter, and dime are worth it to me.
Thanks @Paddy54 !
The toning is from the packaging material .. a problem for a number of years with the Mint. Some of the display boxes with the "fuzz" have corrosion on them that can never come off.
Picked up a new 1973 toner today - photos could be better, but they show most of the toning:
toned 1940 quarter sellers pics. sorry for the blurry caribou...
better pics when I get it.
a beauty brown 1864 Nova Scotia Large Cent
turns out this seller was shill bidding his coins up and when it did not get a certain price it went back up for sale. I have reported him. I did not win this coin. coin buyers beware of this shill bidder/seller (edynamicmarketing ) Ebay coin seller.
Well was surfing the bay and ran across this.....as a half dime collector these Canadian silver 5 cent pieces are calling my name....I got this 1891 F 5 pretty reasonable sellers pics will follow up with a post if it has any sweet varieties to post.
probably a lot cheaper than the US Half Dimes too! They've always been some of my favourites, find it hard to take decent photos of though
Thats where a scope does come in handy. I got this one for under $25 and think it was well worth the money paid.
Oh way cheaper than US half dimes ....I can probably get 3 to 5 Canadian silver 5 cent pcs. To 1 U.S. depending on condition and date of course.
Oh BTW he is also a coin cooker most everything he sells is or has been Artifically toned.
Had a scope but it died, need to pick up a new one but I keep spending the money on coins......
Received this today the news got even better as it is an 1891 8/8 long lip in xf 40
Making its value in grade $76 I paid 25.
Nice coin, but "accugrade" is anything but. When they were still active, you had to take at least 10 grading points off, and sometimes 20 points if their generous marking approached 50. Your coin might not make 30 .. but 5 cent Vicky silvers are neat to have and hold onto anytime VF-20 and above.
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