Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by ldhair, Jun 6, 2019.
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Makes a nice pocket piece.
I thought about that. If they can't tell what the mint mark was, how could they show it on the label. They would probably not even try to figure it out based on the dies it came from.
I hope that you are correct.
When he passed, his son let me sort and sell the rest of the inventory. I bought over a thousand UNC rolls of Wheat Cents. It was a great feeling to be trusted behind the counter.
The son opened a new shop just to sell off all the stamps. I have never seen so many stamps in my life. They all went for less than postage value.
Does anyone else think this could be fake?
Interesting thought: An 1895-O fake with the mint mark removed. 1895 Philly was a proof only issue.
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