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  1. Keep up the great posts, Rod. I feel like I have another purchase in the nearish future.
  2. It looks like it is covered in cornmeal. What is that?
  3. Very cool! I have so many questions! - What sort of profit margin does a coin dealer expect? - If I have a completed series, does it have any more value than the individual coins added together? - What are some of the "holy cow!" coins or notes that have passed through your hands?
  4. Thanks for the follow up. This is very interesting.
  5. I'd love to see the Indian Head design come back but it won't
  6. Very cool! Welcome to Coinpeople! As a longtime patron of local coin shops, what's it like being on the other side of the displays?
  7. Might be a grease filled die or a late stage die strike. Welcome to CP!
  8. Welcome to Coinpeople! What do you collect?
  9. Thank you for your service! May I ask what you do at APG?
  10. Very nice. What's the typical difference in value between a newly released set and one that's ~5 years old?
  11. I have to say it's really odd (to me) that you're seeing these on proof coins. Proof coins use cleaner, crisper dies that wouldn't have these problems. But there's always the possibility that you are seeing an older die before it's replaced with a newer one.
  12. Hey! Welcome to Coinpeople! I'm no expert, but the first looks like it could be a partially filled die (but that would be very surprising on a proof strike!). The second looks like an older die where the details are fading. Again, that shouldn't be as much of an issue on a proof coin.
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    Sweet looking Ike.
  14. oooh. I haven't seen foreign notes posted here in a while.
  15. That is beautiful but looks too beautiful. Could it be counterfeit?
  16. Wow! I always love finding old nickels in change. It's been way too long.
  17. It also looks like it has been heavily cleaned. That coin isn't worth much, even if it is real.
  18. Stellar! To think 1883 was considered old to 1933 and here we are in 2019.
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