Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by jtlee321, Sep 4, 2016.
The line is a stain
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Hey that's my dime!!! That's the year I was born..
Darn good year!
No, Great year!! We did get jipped on the quarters, halves and dollars for that year though. Dang mint had to do a special thing for two years. LOL
That may be the most beautiful toning I've ever seen! Gorgeous Maple Leaf! Wanna sell it?
In hand it has been whizzed. But, for 5 ea. It was worth it, they needed a good home.
You're right, it's a $5 half eagle and it weighed 8.351 grams on my new fancy scale!
Thanks that's sort of what I was thinking a stain or strike through a thread . As it's not breaking the surface but does run through the devices . That may hold it to a 64 thinking or was hopeful for a 65 on this one.
Yes it is a good old VAM 1D Flaky Eye - Hit List 40 - WOW VAM
Nice. First low grade examples I've seen
Here is a bronze 1898 1 Penny. Mintage of 263,000
1896 silver 2.5 Shillings
1892 silver 1 Shilling
1935 silver 2.5 shillings
and lastly a 1964 proof set with 7 coins including this silver 5 Shillings with my fav, the springbok!
I left the show with zero dollars left. A success!
What does YN stand for?
I believe the American Numismatic Association defines a YN as a collector from 5 to 17 years old.
also, over 65 and forgetful.
Seller's pics - just picked up this "Double Header" Civil War token - NY-630L-17a, with two (nearly) identical dies, the latter in it's terminal state. This example is also weakly struck on one edge. R-2, but not offered as often as the rarity would indicate.
$25 shipped - I couldn't say no.
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