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1923 S Buffalo Guess The Grade
Tonyqt
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United States
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Old Post Posted 02/04/2023  5:50 pm
Being it's in the old soap box holder when grading standards were different for buffalos I would say F15
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
So I Finally Dipped Into My Safe And Dug Out My Buffalo Nickel Set
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 01/11/2023  4:24 pm
Strike on some of the dates will be an issue. An extremely hard series to grade. My favorite series to collect. Looks like you are off to a good start. Best of luck.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins
 
Standing Liberty Quarter Series Long Term Investment Opinions
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 01/06/2023  06:51 am
I think coins should be collected for the enjoyment and not as an investment. If down the road when it comes time to sell and you make some profit, that's great. There are way more avenues than coins to invest in. Collect coins for the fun of it.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins

1934 D Buffalo Nickel. Working On My Grading Still
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 12/20/2022  6:25 pm
LIBERTY touching rim, 3/4 horn. Fine to F15
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
1917-S Buffalo Nickel
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 12/04/2022  08:15 am
F15 or VF20.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
What Should I Buy Next
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 11/29/2022  8:01 pm
I would recommend spending a little on numismatic literature, especially on Buffalo Nickels and Mercs. This will help you make an educated decision and hopefully elevate any regrets or poor purchases down the road.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins
 
Should I Resubmit? Buffalo Nickel (1918 D)
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 11/26/2022  2:43 pm
"So PCGS and CAC got it wrong? What da...."
I guess there is a 1st time for everything. :)
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
Should I Resubmit? Buffalo Nickel (1918 D)
Tonyqt
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United States
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Old Post Posted 11/24/2022  09:08 am
Sorry for opening an older post. After the coin CACed it bothered me as I felt this coin was under graded. I took the chance and cracked it out and sent it to NGC. It went from PCGS F12 CAC (green) to NGC VF25. Well worth the cost. Sorry for the bad picture in its new slab.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
1926 S Buffalo Nickel Grade Opinion
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 10/27/2022  06:57 am
Nice job everyone. Most nailed it! PCGS VF30
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
1926 S Buffalo Nickel Grade Opinion
Tonyqt
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United States
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Old Post Posted 10/22/2022  9:46 pm
Lowest mintage of the series. What do you think it will grade? Thanks



Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
I Wanted Just One Nice Buffalo Nickel, So I Got This One! (1936 D)
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 08/07/2022  6:12 pm
Everyone started like this. Nice coin!
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins
 
1913 Buffalo Nickel For Grading
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 08/05/2022  08:42 am
I agree with the others. MS64. A nice example for this type.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
A Real 1916 Doubled Die Buffalo Nickel
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 07/30/2022  7:00 pm
Best I could get with my iPad and lighting.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins

A Real 1916 Doubled Die Buffalo Nickel
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 07/30/2022  6:19 pm
It was already treated when I received it. It has all the characteristics of the DDO. All 3 feathers are doubled as well as the ribbons.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins
 
A Real 1916 Doubled Die Buffalo Nickel
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 07/30/2022  5:06 pm
New addition to my Buffalo Nickel Error and Variety collection and always looking for more.
The coins I have so far are. 1916 DDO (2 including this one) 1918/7 D, 1935 DDR, 1936 off center, 1936 D 3 1/2 leg, 1937 D 3 leg and a Double Struck Buffalo.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins
 
Another 2 Feather Buffalo Nickel (1913 D)
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 07/10/2022  09:47 am
Looks to be one to me.1913 D T1. Is this a harder to find one?

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Forum: US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins
 
1916 Buffalo Nickel Grade
Tonyqt
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82 Posts
Old Post Posted 07/08/2022  2:12 pm
Looks to be AU. The eye appeal isn't that good for such a high grade coin. Collectors looking for luster will shy away from it. Others it doesn't bother them. Just my opinion.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coin Grading
 
6 Legged Buffalo Nickel
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 07/05/2022  07:33 am
Here is the coin in its PCGS holder. Sorry but I have no other history on it.

Forum: US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins
 
6 Legged Buffalo Nickel
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 07/04/2022  7:52 pm
Yup, there are the normal 4 leg Buffalos. Some 3 & 3 1/2 legs. Even a 1930 5 leg Buffalo. But how many have seen a 6 leg Buffalo?

Forum: US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins
 
Favorite Coin To Collect?
Tonyqt
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Old Post Posted 06/06/2022  07:02 am
My favorite coins to collect are key dates in all denominations. I have a small collection of about 30 coins.
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Coins
 


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