Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by lkeigwin, May 5, 2012.
Easy, the capped bust half.
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You may know this already but the latest Greysheet speaks of the slump in commem prices. Wouldn't matter to me, that Oregon Trail is damn gorgeous!
That's my #2!
The bust! :thumb:
All those are stunning but, I would have to take that yummy tootsie roll chocolate 1794 large cent!!
I'd go for the Oregon Trail because that's the area I'm concentrating on now. Most of my commem's are in the blast white category so it might be quite pleasurable to add a beautifully toned specimen to the collection. Don't know if I'd go a grand for it though. I'd more than likely try to talk ya down a bit Lance.........
I can't decide between the Trade and 10 dollar gold. They're both so gorgeous, but I think I'll have to take the gold.
I think that 1910 Indian would be comfortable in my TeePee along with his cousin 1912-S
It would have to be the 1794 LC. I have a lot of bust halves, so that is why that one is not my choice.
I was looking long and hard at the Oregon Trail, as I find them terribly attractive, but not over a nice example of US earliest coinage.
If I had an extra $1,000 dollars to blow, I would probably end up using it to help pay off student loans, but assuming those were all taken care of... I would have a really hard time deciding between the bust half and the trade dollar.
the lonely indian beacause i love it to death
gosh, if I had a thousand dollars, I might try to buy lower grade examples of the lot.
None of them fit in my sets. I would be forced to pass.
Or maybe I would take one and sell it or trade it for what would fit into some of my albums.
1814=10point upgrade and a load of eye appeal upgrade.
Let me know when it's available.
The 1794 Large Cent. No contest.
I like them both, but I am partial to the Bustie
The $10 gold. Just because I like that design & want one of my own.
Oregon commem. I don't own one of those, and that one is gorgeous. Love the toning on it.
The trade dollar. That is a beautiful coin. Details on it are incredible.
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