hunter's gold

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    US Army Disable Veteran
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    Coins, autographs, collectibles, hunting, fishing, camping, flea markets and estate sales
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    Florida

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  1. It has been about 5 years since I have posted after I sold my collection. Today in my pocket change I found this well circulated 1972 Double Die Obverse Lincoln Memorial. Nice surprise
  2. I have collected raw coins since childhood. When I started to get serious about collecting I went to slabbed coins to better protect my investment. Still like buying raw coins but I have been burned before
  3. I recently added this ancient to my collection. Interesting histories if the coins could talk. This is the oldest coin in my collection. Dated hundreds of years before the time of Christ. This coin dates from 323-317 BC from the Kingdom of Macedon during King Phillip III reign. He was an elder half brother of Alexander The Great. The front of the coin depicts Heracles who was a divine hero in Greek mythology and later known by the Romans as Hercules. He is the son of Zeus. The reverse of the coin depicts Zeus holding an eagle. Zeus is the sky and thunder god in ancient Greek religion, who rules as the king of gods of Mt Olympus'
  4. NGC has graded 3546 examples of the 1955 Double Die Obverse Lincoln Wheat cent. Out of those NGC has graded only 2 at MS66. One example at MS66RD and one example at MS66RB. Big price difference between the two coins. I used to own the MS66RB example. At one time I had all the major double die obverse and reverse Lincoln cents in my collection including a PCGS MS66RD+ 1972 Double Die Obverse Lincoln Cent and an awesome example of a NGC MS67RD example of that same coin that KKM sold me many years ago. As always, thanks for looking and Happy Collecting
  5. It has been about 3 1/2 years since I sold off my modern mint state Lincoln cent collection. I am glad to see some of my former coins showing up in other collections and finding new homes. Here is a link for my 2014 #1 ranked 1959-date mint state Lincolns. Feel free to use any of the picture in the set if you now own that coin. https://coins.www.collectors-society.com/registry/Coins/awards/WinningSetDetail.aspx?AwardSetID=59937. I just recently added this coin to my collection. Not the most expensive coin I have owned. It is my oldest coin by far and that is what I like about it. The history this coin could tell. Glad to be back on the chat boards and as always thanks for looking and Happy Collecting
  6. A big shout out too all of my fellow collectors who supported me. Hi everyone. I would like too congratulate all of the 2015 registry Award winners. Great job. I was blessed too have won my share of registry awards for my former collection of Lincoln 1959-Present Lincoln circulation issue small cents. KKM, Jay Church and Sheila Moore you should be proud of your collections. It took me longer to catch Jay Church over the last several years than any of the other categories. A big congrats too him. 10 years of working on my former collection and 22 registry awards later and the only one too have placed 1st in all 4 of the circulation issue Lincoln cent categories I decided too sell my Lincoln collection in May of 2015 to buy some property in the north part of my home state of Florida with a fellow disable veteran friend of mine. I would like to share just some trail camera pictures from our property. These are just trail camera pictures of some of the wild game on our property. None of them are harvest pictures, but hunting is one of the reason we bought the land. We have white tail deer, Florida black bears, eastern turkeys and wild hogs, which are an invasive non native animal in all of the United States, frogs, fish, gators and so much more. All together I had just over $2.00 in face value in my collection. The pictures hopefully tell you how happy I am too have sold this collection. As always, thanks for looking and Happy Collection See more journals by hunter's gold
  7. A big shout out too all of my fellow collectors who supported me. Hi everyone. I would like too congratulate all of the 2015 registry Award winners. Great job. I was blessed too have won my share of registry awards for my former collection of Lincoln 1959-Present Lincoln circulation issue small cents. KKM, Jay Church and Sheila Moore you should be proud of your collections. It took me longer to catch Jay Church over the last several years than any of the other categories. A big congrats too him. 10 years of working on my former collection and 22 registry awards later and the only one too have placed 1st in all 4 of the circulation issue Lincoln cent categories I decided too sell my Lincoln collection in May of 2015 to buy some property in the north part of my home state of Florida with a fellow disable veteran friend of mine. I would like to share just some trail camera pictures from our property. These are just trail camera pictures of some of the wild game on our property. None of them are harvest pictures, but hunting is one of the reason we bought the land. We have white tail deer, Florida black bears, eastern turkeys and wild hogs, which are an invasive non native animal in all of the United States, frogs, fish, gators and so much more. All together I had just over $2.00 in face value in my collection. The pictures hopefully tell you how happy I am too have sold this collection. As always, thanks for looking and Happy Collection To see old comments for this Journal entry, click here. New comments can be added below.