Post your SEATED coins.

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by FMT15, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. FMT15

    FMT15 New Member

    Hey guys, I recently purchased my first Seated coin. An 1853 Half-Dime w/arrows. Young and new collector, but I got to start somewhere! Anyways I love the seated design and would love to see others!
    Especially would like to see same date half-dime thru Half dollar and awesome toned seated coins! Thanks
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  3. CoinCast

    CoinCast Member

    Here are my only 2, they are dimes. Well I guess a trade dollar counts I have one of those too.
    and of course God forbid its the right direction photo.jpg

    And Welcome!
  4. KoinJester

    KoinJester Well-Known Member

    jusr a few

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  5. Leadfoot

    Leadfoot there is no spoon

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  7. coinman0456

    coinman0456 Coin Collector

    Congrats on your first purchase of a Seated Half Dime. It's a terrific Series in which to start to build a Collection. I would like to caution you about making purchases of " Raw" pieces through venues as EBAY or E-BIDS. As you are new to this fraternity, I'd like to suggest you look at joining a local coin club and also making yourself familiar with two or three local Dealers. This hobby can be rewarding in ways you probably haven't considered yet, but it also can be very discouraging to new comers as yourself in many ways too. Your best armor against this happening is your own personal knowledge and skills. So be patient, and be willing to learn. Patience is Key. Best of luck and hope you have a great time with this hobby.
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  8. coinman0456

    coinman0456 Coin Collector

    An 1859-O

    A nice New Orleans Mint example.

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  10. FMT15

    FMT15 New Member

    Thank you for the kind words! I do not plan on purchasing many coins on Ebay, because i have used ebay for a long time with vintage toys and i know the risks involved. Being a student-athlete it is hard to find time to make it to coin shows or even the local coin shop for that matter, since it is closed on Sundays. I try to go to a coin show every other month on Sundays. Seated coins definitely arent going to be my main focus, but I thought they were too cool to not have a couple. Looking forward to expanding my collection and finding one set to truly dive into. Thanks for welcoming me into this community!
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  11. lkeigwin

    lkeigwin Well-Known Member

  12. coinman0456

    coinman0456 Coin Collector

    Your very welcome. Enjoy !
  13. Elbesaar

    Elbesaar Junior Member

    I don't have a lot of Seated coins but what I do have I like very much.

    Here's probably the least valuable of all my coins - but my Grandfather

    pulled it out of change back in the 1930's.

  14. Elbesaar

    Elbesaar Junior Member

    Here is a newp I just had imaged...

  15. kookoox10

    kookoox10 ANA #3168546

    The latest for the collection.
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  16. mackwork

    mackwork Caretaker of old coins & currency

    My only O mint coin

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  17. Elbesaar

    Elbesaar Junior Member

    Here are my 1889 Seated coins...



    This coin now is graded PR 65+ CAM

    I don't know what happened to the MS version of the Quarter...


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  19. jello

    jello Not Expert★NormL®

    :thumb:EB that one VF to EF 1840!!!!
    hand dated too!
    Sept 18th 1845
    I don't think any one would mind the date or just to own it:yes::kewl:
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  20. Chiefbullsit

    Chiefbullsit CRAZY HORSE

    No Stars.....I love 'em....:yes:

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