For the love of copper
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That's a beautiful 1918, copper toning. Bob sure know how to shoot Lincolns!

 

Sometimes the BN's and RB's are prettier than the RD's. This one came by way of Angel Dee's last year.

Lance.

 

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That's a beautiful 1918, copper toning. Bob sure know how to shoot Lincolns!

 

Sometimes the BN's and RB's are prettier than the RD's. This one came by way of Angel Dee's last year.

Lance.

 

Outstanding 18 Lance, it is true that many BN's are quite pretty but for myself I really like a nice bright red coin.

 

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I can't remember if I ever posted this before in this thread? It's the highest graded PCGS Brown (BN) Proof Lincoln Cent known. PR68BN !! I think that currently there is only one other PCGS PR68BN Lincoln Cent known, and I think that's a 1988-S (never seen a photo of it). I bet that NGC has a lot more PF68BN Lincolns floating around, but PCGS seems to be a bit stricter on proof copper than NGC, so from what I've seen these NGC PF68BN's seem to cross to PCGS PR67BN.

 

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