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2007 Washington $1 Coin
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/27/2022  10:59 am
So my sister, who works in a popular chain store says "Here is a coin for your collection, the automatic register rejected it." I am all excited expecting a buffalo nickel, or who knows what. What do I get?- a 2007 Washington $1 coin. Nothing wrong with it, I tell my Sister it is $1 and she should keep it, she says "no one takes those things.' How sad.
Forum: US Modern Coins
 
Head Scratching Slabs
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/21/2022  1:01 pm
But it has been cleaned for your convenience, that should be worth at least $100? :-)
Forum: US Modern Coins
 
Ebay Seller Trying To Sell A 3-Legged Buffalo Nickel
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/19/2022  5:04 pm
Full horns also, such a find!!!
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins

Counterfeit Coins In Online Auction
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/19/2022  2:40 pm
Thank you for your service to the community!
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins
 
1856 Victoria Halfpenny
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/17/2022  8:10 pm
Agree with others, certainly not MS70 , but I believe it
is MS low 60s. It is a darn beautiful coin though, nice purchase.
Forum: World Coin Grading
 
1831 William IV Farthing
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/10/2022  11:32 am
I too think 40 or better, it is beautiful. The "3" issue seems to be common for that coin. I say this after doing a brief run through google image search. Need to consult my literature later.
Forum: World Coin Grading
 
1934 Buffalo Nickel/Indian Head In Coin Roll
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/09/2022  4:43 pm
You are quite fortunate, that is a nice Buffalo. I wonder how often they show up in change? My neighbor just brought me one she found with no date unfortunately.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins
 
Strange Obverse Common Lincoln Cent (1984)
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/09/2022  3:38 pm
The reverse is normal
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Strange Obverse Common Lincoln Cent (1984)
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/09/2022  2:31 pm
My friend asked me is I knew why the left ridge looks odd, and seems to come in a bit. I do not know and am asking if anyone can identify this error and if it is a common or rare error. Thank you.

*** Edited by Staff to Add Year to Title. Titles are Important! ***

Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Oldsmobile Promotional Medal
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/07/2022  6:33 pm
Perhaps Elon Musk should adopt the phrase "Futuramic" for the Tesla?
Look it even drives itself, the ultimate in easy, futuristic, driving and you never have to add gas or look at the road again (sorta).

The coin though is a very good marketing gimmick I must say. Reminds me of a challenge coin.
Forum: Tokens, Medals, Challenge Coins, and other Exonumia
 
Error Coin? No Date? Plastic.
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/07/2022  3:27 pm
Perhaps there is a microchip in it that is scanned when you use the "coin?" :-)
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Ebay Pricing Is So Goofy (1944 Transitional Nickel)
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/06/2022  1:42 pm
I was not referring to the helpful post of Bobby131313 about fake high BIN prices. My question was in general. Do people actually spend $10,000 plus on eBay?
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Ebay Pricing Is So Goofy (1944 Transitional Nickel)
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/06/2022  1:20 pm
I am a eBay shopper, and perhaps I am nave. But does anyone really spend that kind of $ on eBay? That is a leap of faith I am not ready to take.
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins

I Took A Chance On This 1927-D Buffalo Nickel Today - Two Feathers?
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/05/2022  12:31 pm
It seems to be 2 feathers, enjoy it and don't have buyer's remorse please.
You can examine it closely when it comes. Certainly an educational endeavor.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins
 
New Designs For The 2023 Reverse Design Quarters On Their Site.
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/03/2022  6:04 pm
Perhaps this is what was meant?


Forum: US Modern Coins
 
1920 Buffalo Nickel For Grading
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/02/2022  1:02 pm
There is much wear on the horns, but I like the coin.
grade 8-12
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
Numismatic News Subscription Problems
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 12/02/2022  11:36 am
I had issues with them a year or so ago. I tried to subscribe this year and they had web issues. It is a shame because it is a great publication
Forum: Main Coin Forum
 
What Should I Buy Next
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 11/30/2022  5:49 pm
Buffalo nickels or old dimes? Either way you can most most of them very affordably. The question for you is will not filling all the holes bother you, and will you fill those holes?

The dimes will probably get you the biggest bang for the buck, but I prefer buffalo nickels, they are so majestic and a little bigger and easier on my eyes than the dimes.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins
 
Confirmation Of Three Repro/Copy Ancient Coins
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 11/29/2022  6:52 pm
Even to my bad eyes they scream copies. The contrast between the dark and shiny areas is too apparent. The rims are just too nice also.
Forum: Ancient, Greek, Roman, and Medieval Coins
 
Edible Coins (In A Way).
Notatzaddik
Valued Member
United States
68 Posts
Old Post Posted 11/29/2022  6:45 pm
I remember the Chanukah coins looking like real coins. I will have to check, they are just coming into the shops. There are several manufactures. I think the Elite version have the actual coin images.
The taste is pretty good also.
Forum: Main Coin Forum
 


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