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Almost a full rim, extremely nice. A question, what is the anomaly with the tip of the nose (angled line), never seen that aspect?

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Almost a full rim, extremely nice. A question, what is the anomaly with the tip of the nose (angled line), never seen that aspect?

It looks like a slice was taken. Not sure what may have caused it.

 

It may have a full rim. This was shot through the PCGS slab and the gasket is covering part of the rim.

 

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Almost a full rim, extremely nice. A question, what is the anomaly with the tip of the nose (angled line), never seen that aspect?

It looks like a slice was taken. Not sure what may have caused it.

 

It may have a full rim. This was shot through the PCGS slab and the gasket is covering part of the rim.

 

1920dMS65BNobv_09crop.jpg

 

 

Thank you very much. Would you have any inclination with separating the coin from yourself ? You can PM me if you wish.

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Some Wheat Cents ~ Uncertified 'All methodical approaches welcome.

 

OBVERSE 1913

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REVERSE 1913

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OBVERSE 1917

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REVERSE 1917

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vGk1Zwel.jpg

 

Very nice.

 

I have his younger brother.

 

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Toning never intrigued me but those coins have some nice rainbow effects. You know, I have quite a few specimens that I acquired in a roll. I believe they are about the same years, which is a mystery to me. (66, 67, 68) Also a few clipped planchets on a 63'. Mostly, I pay no mind to that variety any longer (Lincoln's). How is it that these effects seem to be prominent in these years, and how do they tone with those colors? A reply is appreciated.

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vGk1Zwel.jpg

 

Very nice.

 

I have his younger brother.

 

Robec_1967LincTV_SP67RB.jpg

 

Nice example you have

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Some of you may enjoy this copper, though Darkside. I bought it for the artistry of the eagle on the reverse.

 

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Some of you may enjoy this copper, though Darkside. I bought it for the artistry of the eagle on the reverse.

 

1913_Bavaria_Pattern_Copper_2Mark_NGC_PF66RB_composite_zpsdi6tgylu.jpg

 

That is very nice!!

 

One I used to own:

 

 

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mgoodm3 images.

 

 

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Some of you may enjoy this copper, though Darkside. I bought it for the artistry of the eagle on the reverse.

 

1913_Bavaria_Pattern_Copper_2Mark_NGC_PF66RB_composite_zpsdi6tgylu.jpg

cool I like

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Awesome luster and very unusual color on that 58-D! Here is one of my recent auction wins:

 

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I had a 1911 S MS65+ CAC RB. Loved the coin but made good money. Now sits in pcgs 66 holder.

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What a beautiful coin!

 

From one of the best Lincoln rolls ever.

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