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  1. Here is one of those fun types, theBeav was talking about that I have. Plus a small list of finding different varieties. Overton's Guide - Early Half Dollar Die Varieties 1794-1836 Cherrypickers' Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins Vol I&II Walter Breen's Complete Encyclopedia of U.S. and Colonial Coins VAM World.com CONECA Variety Vista (varietyvista.com) etc, etc...
  2. It made a great album filler. Listed it for $200 at a show last week, got $180
  3. As I said, you can't really tell from the picture. The color is almost the same. However you are correct the luster, or lack thereof, is completely different. I use this philosophy for judging color. https://www.thespruce.com/copper-color-grading-768388 Is there something else I should be considering ?
  4. I would completely disagree with the color, I have certs that have the exact same color. The following attachment, while not completely discernible from the pictures are virtually the same color.
  5. How can you tell it was cleaned ? There aren't the usual dirt spots around the devices, in the crevices or polish marks that I can see. Just curious. Thank you for commenting. Just looked, AU runs from $25-$32 normally and I paid $15, so probably not too bad a deal for AU details.
  6. http://www.greatcollections.com/Coin/86383/Mint-Error-1983-Lincoln-Cent-On-100-Unplated-Zinc-Planchet-PCGS-MS-63
  7. Just picked this up for $15.83. Seems like a really good deal, just wondering ... How good !