Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by LA_Geezer, Mar 28, 2018.
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Thanks, I'm just learning about all the possibilities. The seller of this coin notes the "weak 9" in his title, but the other seller does not. He is entertaining offers so I thought I might see if he would take 75% of his $28.42 asking price. The other is about the same condition but with a somewhat pronounced scar down the middle of the face, and asking similar money.
Maybe. Although the 1886 is scarcer than the 1896, in this condition the added value would be insignificant.
I should have said there are three distinct diamonds in your example. The bottom, fourth, diamond is pretty much worn away.
I see four diamonds, but one is faint.
What makes it simular to the op coin posted. The same digit on the date is shallow struck.
LA. Don't you think if you have that weird feeling about a coin. That isn't free. Looks like it's got serious question MARKS about it. Is a good investment. Coin does look good. But obviously flawed in its most important way. If you got to have it. Bid what it's true worth to you. You'll sleep better
You know Cheech it isn't a bad looking coin...nice color plenty of meat on the bone..the right price I buy it....but remember there's a lot more to be had ,ya just need to search them out.
Many thanks for growing my still small amount of knowledge of the IHC.
I'm looking at dozens of these, but am trying to keep cost per coin on the new set I've started to $30.01 or less. The one in my original post, and the other one with the faint 9 are eliminated.
How do I find the Snow site?
Thanks @wxcoin but that place is way past my pay grade! Nice to browse, though.
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