Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by satootoko, Dec 11, 2006.
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By the time I finished typing my post other people had posted similair things ...... and I posted was and is both by mistake on the title and couldn't undo it.
Just take your time, and do your best.
My question simply was - and is - what country issued a "European Robin", when, in what denomination, and in what metallic composition?
You know.. I have no idea, but for some reason I feel that I'm about to catapulted over a castle wall by Tim the Enchanter..
so.. i will answer Red..mmm.. no! Green!!
Welcome to the forum where no question is strange or unusual except some of the ones I ask.
I found my 1914d lincoln cent in change and it's a key date for those of us that collect them.It's worth over $100.
Here is a pic.
Sure take the easy answer.
Pulled this out of a vending machine. Others I've seen sell for $400-$500. I bought it out of the change bin for .25!
I will presume that that is a missing clad layer?
If so, real nice find.
As far as luckiest find? Still thinking about that one.
The Other Frank
Should we be capitalizing the word other? As in Other Frank.
Thanks for my welcome and your posts. Would love to hear from anyone who knows who minted these round, flat, silver things with birds on the.
Separate names with a comma.