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#5632635 - 04/27/12 06:15 AM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: nunfa0]
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I was posting here when you were in diapers.


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Still have a large collection of Seated dimes. Quit working on it years ago.


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#5632690 - 04/27/12 07:23 AM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: ldhair]
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The Post-man always rings twice. Uhm... ring ring?


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Still one of the nicest coins

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#5632693 - 04/27/12 07:30 AM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: x2rider]
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Is there a way to change this?

Chatzilla I'm not.

I was posting here when you were in diapers.


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It was Lincoln Cents for me:




















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#5632737 - 04/27/12 08:16 AM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: leeg]
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#5632860 - 04/27/12 09:26 AM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: nunfa0]
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 Originally Posted By: nunfa0
 Originally Posted By: robec1347
Here are a couple from my complete PR67 set. I sure do miss them!!



Now that is a set I would loved to have seen!! \(worship\)



A link to the Retired set.
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#5633204 - 04/27/12 12:11 PM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: robec1347]
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#5634578 - 04/27/12 08:37 PM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: 123cents]
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I hope to get back to these one day...among other things.


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#5634677 - 04/27/12 09:29 PM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: Oldtrader3]
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I'm curious. What made you stop collecting this series? If it was anything like me then I'd guess you just couldn't find nice examples....I finally gave up.

As to me, go over to Jason's 10 Millionth post thread and look at the Mercs and Buffalo I posted. I also used to collect these as well:



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#5635314 - 04/28/12 04:43 AM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: robec1347]
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 Originally Posted By: robec1347
 Originally Posted By: nunfa0
 Originally Posted By: robec1347
Here are a couple from my complete PR67 set. I sure do miss them!!



Now that is a set I would loved to have seen!! \(worship\)



A link to the Retired set.


It was even better than I could have hoped!!
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#5635540 - 04/28/12 09:24 AM Re: Post a coin from a series you collected in the past. [Re: jom]
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 Originally Posted By: jom
 Originally Posted By: Oldtrader3



I'm curious. What made you stop collecting this series? If it was anything like me then I'd guess you just couldn't find nice examples....I finally gave up.

As to me, go over to Jason's 10 Millionth post thread and look at the Mercs and Buffalo I posted. I also used to collect these as well:



jom


Jom, I really like this series, both of them! Not being able to attend shows any more (Immune illness issues) stopped me on this. This series of Pratt coins is too tricky to grade, unless you can hold the coin in hand and have a 3X loupe handy. Too many altered and counterfeit for remote buying. I really like these when they are straight and clean! They are the challenge of the hobby as far as gold coins are concerned, IMHO.

Nice St. Gaudens's $10! They are my next favorite.


Edited by Oldtrader3 (04/28/12 09:26 AM)
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