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About this journal

Time to switch gears.  Focusing on buying some investment property and need some capital. I haven't really added much

to my coin collection in awhile either.  I decided all my SAC, Presidential dollars and Silver Eagles must go.  If anyone is

interested, please look at my sets and let me know what tweaks your interest.  I am not done being part of this society just

clearing house... :)

 

Keith

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A SBA's Wide Rim Journey

No Respect for one Susan B Anthony dollar coin My life and times for me is a dark and unrespectful journey. I was first born with several other millions just like me. Except early on, my creator had decided to recreate me to be more pleasing to the beholder and make my rim larger. To me I think my cousins looked just fine the way they were. I had been given a special status....or least my creator called me special. Along the way, we were all given homes, some in nice warm cloth homes and

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Washington Dollar MS67

Went thru a few boxes only to find a few worth grading. After 5 boxes of "P" dollars looking for that infamous edgeless coin and taking time to pick out a few that was worth grading. I figured I had one MS67 and the rest MS66. I was correct on all of them except one MS65. My eyes must have tricked me again... Being from a small populated area in Wisconsin, the banks don't get the new coins in right away, making it impossible to ever get that gem MS67FD. I think there's too much weight p

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PT Barnum lives on!

Now that the new dollars are out... It appears that ignorance once again rules the novice coin collector. Now that the new dollars are out, everyones looking for those "error" coins and guess what...There are buyers for the incuse lettering with some being upside down. Fools and their money soon part....What ever happened to integity???...Anyways.....I have land in Florida to sell too!!

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1956 Franklin Type 1 or Type 2

May the real Franklin standup I just purchased a complete collection of the 1956 NGC PF68 penny thru half dollar. They are in the older NGC holders. I noticed that the franklin doesn't have marked Type 1 or Type 2. My question is....is there a plain 1956 Franklin that isn't either a Type 1 or 2? and what is the diffence between those types? Thanks!

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