I went to one store where I always pass by to check as usual and as usual there the coins are all overgraded overpriced as well so I just wanted buy a whitman Buffalo nickel album he had there per $10 ,1973S ike silver non proof priced $15 (that I offered $12 and took home with me) ; from the 15 coins per $1 dollar bucket I found a 38d couple teens plain and some more junk just to dont show him what I was really interested on ... I asked him how much you charge for the IHC's and he reply : choose what. You want and make a offer ! I look at and though it cant be right , my eyes must be tricking me ?!... So I took 2 from 1800's and said I only want 2 ! I said I would pay $4 each but he said : as you are a v.i.p customer give 5 for these ! I said ok ! You the best ! He grabbed the buffalo folder and told me : but you were never interested in buffalos and I told him the truth . I need a a album for the coins from my roll search and he said ow good as you all ready have couple inside the album ! I look at it and saw the 31s there on the roll and though no way it must be missplaced its probably a 31 plain ! Well right on the parking a lot I checked and $$ its realy one of the keys of buffalos ! Here are the pics from what I grabbed per $28 bucks plus the album completed from 31 to 38 ...
"Once you free your mind about a concept of harmony and music being correct, you can do whatever you want. So, nobody told me what to do, and there was no preconception of what to do." -Giovanni Giorgio (Giorgio Moroder)
Silver War nickels found: 97 Oldest CRH find-1897 V-Nickel Ignorance is bliss...but knowledge is power.
Thanks everyone , I wish the IHC was in fine condition because the 1872 IHC have basically the same premiun as the 1914d LWC ! I just cant say if it is a bold N or a shallow N , anyone know about IHC's variets ?