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41 minutes ago, ldhair said:

This is a proof that had a tough like. I love the color.

 

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Love the color

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On 2/1/2019 at 8:53 PM, ldhair said:

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Nice 1817, why is it not Gold? Lol just playing. I was going to post another of my large cents but wasn't sure if it needed to be gold to follow, gold a little harder to follow with, but that's nice for an 1817 and a lot tougher date! Nice all around!

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6 hours ago, Teacher Brian said:

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Welcome to The Forum, Teacher Brian. Very nice first post!

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Back on track.

 

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10 hours ago, ldhair said:

Back on track.

 

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Not a one dollar or a 1907! You lose!

Not only not on track, but derailed.

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The Silver dollar should not have been played. It was the wrong coin type and year. The 1853 cent is on track. 

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3 hours ago, ldhair said:

The Silver dollar should not have been played. It was the wrong coin type and year. The 1853 cent is on track. 

And, it's pretty, too! :applause:

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14 hours ago, ldhair said:

The Silver dollar should not have been played. It was the wrong coin type and year. The 1853 cent is on track. 

How do you figure that? The coin before it was a ONE DOLLAR gold coin. I posted the 1853 DOLLAR to follow the 1853 three cent. Then, he posted a ONE DOLLAR 1907 coin.

 

HOWEVER, if you go up a few posts on this page, someone went from a 1847 Gold $5 to an 1817 Large Cent. How did that work? 

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12 minutes ago, MorganMan said:

How do you figure that? The coin before it was a ONE DOLLAR gold coin. I posted the 1853 DOLLAR to follow the 1853 three cent. Then, he posted a ONE DOLLAR 1907 coin.

We are not following denomination, we are following coin type or date. We need a Seated Half Dime or anything dated 1853.

Commemoratives, medals, tokens and gold coins are wild. You can follow any Commemorative with any Comm. Same with medals, tokens and gold coins.  This adds a bit of fun to it.

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Lets go with 1854. 

 

 

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17 hours ago, MorganMan said:

How do you figure that? The coin before it was a ONE DOLLAR gold coin. I posted the 1853 DOLLAR to follow the 1853 three cent. Then, he posted a ONE DOLLAR 1907 coin.

 

HOWEVER, if you go up a few posts on this page, someone went from a 1847 Gold $5 to an 1817 Large Cent. How did that work? 

Go back and take a strong look at that 1817 Cent. What is wrong with it?

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