Seated liberty 1 oz troy silver bullion

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by wlwhittier, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. wlwhittier

    wlwhittier Peripheral Member


    It's been awhile, so I'm really glad to have your company again, and this resource. I've got a hat-full of odd stuff, some of which are pretty puzzling. I'll open with this thing, for want of a nicer one immediately at hand.

    Please do tell: What mint, when? What does anyone make of the scalloped strike at her left forearm? And where may I find it cataloged?

    I pick up goodies (like this) I've never seen before, but often find the thing is too common for mention, and I've overpaid for it. But the habit keeps me out of the pool halls.

    I'll be grateful for any comments...and I'll be back with other stuff frequently this winter.

    P1050867.jpg P1050865.jpg P1050863.jpg Thanks a lot! Warren
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  3. rickmp

    rickmp The other White Meat.

    Private mint one ounce round? Definitely not from the US Mint. That mark is probably a hit from the edge of another coin/round.
  4. John14

    John14 Active Member

    They make these rounds with all the old designs; peace, morgan, bust, standing, ect... I collect all these. Nice one.
  5. wlwhittier

    wlwhittier Peripheral Member

    Hi, John...

    Can you say how old, roughly...or what mint? And do you know what the D T initials at the tail feathers signify?

  6. Ripley

    Ripley Senior Member

    DT mint...I think its Dave & Tom aka Death & Taxes
    Here is another one of DT's coins -[​IMG][​IMG]
  7. wlwhittier

    wlwhittier Peripheral Member

    Thanks, Ripley...Better pics than mine, too!
  8. John14

    John14 Active Member

    Sorry, had to log off for some nachos... :D
  9. mrweaseluv

    mrweaseluv Well-Known Member

    both very nice coins :D
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