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Very nice moderns WL I really like the look of the 04 Jim

 

The 2004 is something else! Almost ghostly. And the color transitions are smooth as silk.

 

The 2007 is unusual/rare due to visible elevation chromatics in Lincolns hair. Almost impossible to find on modern proof lincolns. Those speckles around the rims do knock down the visual appeal a bit though

 

The 1972 is a stunning eye-popper, especially for that era.

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WL; out of the three I like that 2004 the best. Unbelievably beautiful proofs.

 

I agree with you! However before you dismiss that 1972-s ... Here is another shot of that one which I took in the Safe-Flip, just before submitting to PCGS. I snapped this with my iPhone in indirect sunlight ... talk about a liquid proof.

 

1972s_Lincoln_LiquidProof.jpg

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Very nice 22 wheat. I only collect unc coins so I will never own one on my budget, but if I were to this would be nice.

 

Nice color and strike. Even surfaces. Has it all.

 

Jim

I am slowly getting to an unk. example but these are costing a ton..... one day I'll have an uncirculated one. I have a couple of uncirculated Lincolns

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Very nice 22 wheat. I only collect unc coins so I will never own one on my budget, but if I were to this would be nice.

 

Nice color and strike. Even surfaces. Has it all.

 

Jim

I am slowly getting to an unk. example but these are costing a ton..... one day I'll have an uncirculated one. I have a couple hundred ;) uncirculated Lincolns

 

fixed it for you.

 

You have posted lots of nice uncs which I doubt I will ever own.

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Very nice 22 wheat. I only collect unc coins so I will never own one on my budget, but if I were to this would be nice.

 

Nice color and strike. Even surfaces. Has it all.

 

Jim

I am slowly getting to an unk. example but these are costing a ton..... one day I'll have an uncirculated one. I have a couple hundred ;) uncirculated Lincolns

 

fixed it for you.

 

You have posted lots of nice uncs which I doubt I will ever own.

You may you never know until you start getting them

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