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WoodenJefferson   
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Lots and lots of nice eye candy.

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kidrootbeer   
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18.11 CBH

I think I know what happened to it, and what happened to it happened over and over... oddly, I had a high grade 181.7 CBH which had edge lettering tailing off into flat places in two places 180 degrees opposite of each other, and those flat places looked just like this

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kidrootbeer   
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1 hour ago, R and C Numismatics said:

Well, until my next piece comes in this 1897 S $20 Liberty NGC MS63PL is my most recent acquisition. The coin should really be a DPL as it is much better looking in person than the photo suggests. The photo also highlights every scratch on the coin and on the slab.

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 a PL surface will do that; pretty coin

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jtryka   
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Nice to see the experimental edge on that 1831 and that 1811 is just cool!

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jtryka   
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Nice busties and double eagles!

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kidrootbeer   
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Not very exciting as a Coin, per se, but Rarer in its moment than any coin here posted: Just received it as change from the corner store

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On 6/29/2017 at 3:14 PM, R and C Numismatics said:

Well, until my next piece comes in this 1897 S $20 Liberty NGC MS63PL is my most recent acquisition. The coin should really be a DPL as it is much better looking in person than the photo suggests. The photo also highlights every scratch on the coin and on the slab.

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Beautiful!

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A.Phillips   
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5 hours ago, jtryka said:

Well, she ain't the prettiest girl at the dance but she's mine!

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(thumbsu

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physics-fan3.14   
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Dude. Anytime you bring a '94 to the party, she's just about the prettiest girl. I mean, I'd take her home. 

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physics-fan3.14   
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I've seen fakes of most of those before, but I've never seen a fake 1986 Statue of Liberty dollar. Weird. 

Just wondering, why did you buy these fakes? 

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A.Phillips   
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Perhaps he is trying to post here to tell us that he is selling the fake coins on ebay. It's quite interesting to see that Russian (ebay seller) is telling the truth that the coins are fake. 

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