Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by jtlee321, Sep 4, 2016.
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That was a steal!
Oldest coin in my collection but someone carved their initials on the reverse.
Well under $50. Nice little die crack 9 o'clock on the reverse.
That is stunning.
I'll give ya 15
That reminds me, I should post my 1909 Lincoln I got for 10....
Lets see it!!
I love those sets!! I don't buy everyone I come across, but I sure like looking through them.
$50 INCLUDING SLABBING
Excuse me, Sir, but were you aware that you suck?
I'm seeing a pretty strong 63 there.
1821 JR-2 is within the top 5 scarcest Capped Bust Dime varieties. It is worth a little more, and for a CBD collector, priceless.
That is a 64 to me, but PCGS (and the other TPG's) do not like woodies.
It is a very scarce variety of the type, with eagle with open claws on right foot. Not a well known variety, but quite scarce.
Agreed on both counts. Everybody has their "things" in numismatics - errors, varieties, toners, blast-white - and this one pushes all of my buttons.
FWIW, in hand it looks more red and less "woody".
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