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  1. Thank you for the props. I really like Morgans. When they had to make new master dies for the '21, I think they missed the original by a little. I figured if I was going to add a '21, I'd try to find one in PL. Happy with the coin. I think the mirrors on the OP's coin might be a little better than mine.
  2. Welcome back BLive1972. It looks like you and I joined here about the same time. I haven't participated on these boards in the last few years. I've been on another site (not ATS though). I've learned a lot since I joined this hobby in 2012 and still have a lot to learn. I viewed your circulated Merc thread. You have some real beauties there. I look forward to seeing more of your collection.
  3. Here's my '21 65 PL (NGC). I've had it for a few years now.
  4. I've since added some medals as well. The white mark on the reverse of the Warwick medal is actually on the holder.
  5. I'm a victoria fan as well. It started when I won this coin.
  6. Very pretty '80 S. I agree with much of the sentiment that PCGS was a little harsh on that coin. I couldn't really detect PL from the photos, but I thought 64/65 based on your earliest photos. I have a couple Morgan/Peace dollars in 62 (different dates and mm: '02 S Morgan and '28 S Peace) that I think were also harshly judged. They have very nice luster, strong strikes and very few distracting marks. My plans are to hold on to them as is and enjoy them.
  7. This is a busy time of year with all the ASE's and new mint products being released.
  8. The '40 S and '43 are my favorites of the ones you posted. Great set of coins! Winged Liberty is one of my favorite designs. I just with the coins were larger. Would have been ideal as a quarter. Just my humble opinion.
  9. Based on the comparison pictures posted, I think it's a 1795.