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The lightning strike, rather than detracting or distracting from, gives this piece its unique character emphasizing its squeaky, unusually strong strike points.  ^^

 

17 minutes ago, Quintus Arrius said:

The lightning strike, rather than detracting or distracting from, gives this piece its unique character emphasizing its squeaky, unusually strong strike points.  ^^

 

 

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Just now, Quintus Arrius said:

@Mr_Spud

Re:  Mint Strike-like 1837 half...

2 minutes ago, Quintus Arrius said:

Rather than detracting or distracting viewers with its unusually strong strike points, the random lightning bolt only emphasizes the coin's unique character and worthiness to be included among the greats.  ^^

Postscript:  Threadmaster's interference wholly unwarranted.  Suggest out-sized ego be withdrawn.

 

 

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8 hours ago, AcesKings said:

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If your reason for posting this hoping I would see it and be embarrassed (after criticizing it broadly for lacking detail) you have succeeded beyond your wildest dreams.  This is what I was expecting; it is not what I got. And the Mint advertising it as a "business strike" is meaningless to those of us who have known this as simply a "circulation strike" -- though that is out of the question.

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