Buffalo Head

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    AKA crazyhounddog
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  1. PCGS ms-65 but looks closer to a 65 with my eye. Housed in an old dove grey holder. Thanks for looking and happy hunting, Joe
  2. Not my pics but I just purchased this pretty 64 I can’t show you the reverse cause of system overload.
  3. Thanks buddy. It’s only taken me a lifetime to put my collection together.
  4. Any coin that was in the crappy safe was totally destroyed.
  5. Here’s a fire Buff. This one made it through the whole town burning to the ground. Thanks for looking, Joe
  6. I see a lot of very pretty pieces here. Very nice👌🏻👍🏻
  7. You guys have no idea how uplifting this is for myself. I thank NGC with heart in hand. Happy hunting, Joe
  8. I cannot thank NGC & NCS enough for the amazing job they did reholdering my NGC graded coins. Words are not enough to express my gratitude ❤️. Paul Sandler is probably one of the nicest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. I like to think of him as a new friend and he feels the same way about me. Over this tragedy comes a bright shining light in the form of my entire collection being reholdered with just a couple of down grades on a couple of modern coins I owned. That doesn’t even faze me from this cloud I’m on to have my collection back to me just the way I remembered it before the fire that turned our lives upside down. Heres an article in case you missed it. https://www.ngccoin.com/news/article/7170/ Thank you guys so much for the help. Joseph Best, aka Crazyhounddog and Family ❤️
  9. Unfortunately can’t load my images here. Some I can but other I can’t. It keeps telling my they’re too big. I’ll have to give it a try later on. Happy hunting, Joe
  10. It will take years to rebuild in my old town. They have made a mess of the cleanup along with the EPA up there plugging the soil for contamination it could take forever, who knows. We are still struggling with that decision. We have lived in that town in that house for 30 years and when I went back for the first time after the fire I missed my turn onto my own street. That’s how different it looks with the trees gone and the structures burned to the ground, just leveled. So rebuilding our homes, business in that town is still very much up in the air. We have leased another house to live in for a year but it’s still about an hour away from ground zero. We are a strong crew so we will overcome this tragedy in time. Thank you for asking. So, to you NGC, Paul Sandler and this entire forum for the help, well wishes and prayers a very heartfelt thank you. Joe and Family