I recently bought a lot of large cents and Canadian tokens. See here. http://goccf.com/t/118799&whichpage=194 Was suggested I share some of my interesting finds. What I consider interesting my differ from others but here goes anyway Photography skills is at about the same stage as my numismatics. My apologies.
1881 that badly needs a bath but there is a triple n in there
Be sure to check the '81's, '82's, '93's, '99's for neat repunching & doubling. I don't need to tell you about the other varieties to look for, since you set aside a spot for the '94 fat 4. I'll remind you about the 3 types of R/P'd T's in the '76's.