Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by jtlee321, Sep 4, 2016.
Love the toning, Z, especially the reverse.
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But wait, there's more . . . .
I got two of them. Under $38 each.
Minted by Royal Oak Mint / Mike Bozynski. Dies by Heidi Wastweet.
http://varietyvista.com/05 JN RPMs/1942SRPM014.htm
1788 Vermont Copper Ryder-24 R-3 $30 + $4 ship
1960 2.5 Gulden Netherlands
1974 5 Mark Germany (I think a proof)
1944 50 Centavos Philippines
1956 1 Gulden Netherlands
1960 100 Yen Japan
1963 25 Centavos Dominican Republic
1946 1 Franc Swiss
1962 1/4 Balboa Panama
1940 1 Krona Sweden
1963 1/4 Gulden Netherlands
1953 sixpence Australia
1943 20 Centavos Mexico
1937 1/2 Franc Swiss
1915 sixpence Great Britain
1926 3pence South Africa
1935 3 pence Australia
1882 5 cents Canada
1944 10 Centavos Philippines
1937 10 cents Canada
1924 Mercury Dime $10, flip marked XF (yeah, sure…)
1937-D cast contemporary counterfeit Mercury Dime at America’s favorite price - free!
1918/7-D Buffalo Nickel $1
Even with the acid bath not bad for a buck.
LCS junk bin steal.
I was playing nic-a-date with a coffee can full of buffalo sliders years ago trying to gain my children’s interest. We’d found a 1918/7. I’d asked the guys on the PCGS forum it’s worth. They’d said 100. It sold on Ebay for $750. We found 1 more in the can. It was the only coin that someone took a knife and slashed it several times. We named it the 1918/7 Buffalo in a knife fight. That one went for $75.
Awesome! Now if only I could find the small horde of half dimes I paid 35$ for a couple years back!
Nice find! I've been keeping my eyes peeled for nice priced National Bank notes a while, haven't had any luck.
Nice and crusty...too
GRRRRRR! Sometimes I hate being right!
Coin #1: 1958-D Jefferson Nickel NGC MS66 5FS
Coin #2: 1958-D Jefferson Nickel NGC MS66 5FS
Coin #3: 1958-D Jefferson Nickel NGC MS66 5FS
Coin #4: 1958-D Jefferson Nickel NGC MS66 5FS
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