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  1. The Perth mint strikes zodiac-themed bullion yearly doesn't it? Pretty sure i've seen several other animals featured
  2. love these jetons, i have one myself but i doubt it's a gaming token even though it is silver and octagonal. Do these turn up with lustre at all?
  3. nice, you've got close to a dollar's worth there!
  4. i've heard of milk spots developing on canadian maples and its strange how modern bullion coins seem to tone so readily. Hope you didn't pay a hefty premium for them!
  5. lovely coin! There were some 1971s and 1976s on auction just days ago too. PF69's as well
  6. i find that the easiest way to appreciate coins is to single out the lustrous ones, which for copper means those with any gleaming red or even orange color. Perhaps also sort them out by date in ascending order? It will then get a little more complex when you find out which ones are key dates, those with especially low mintage figures. The pennies were made in either philadelphia, denver or san fran and this will be easily identified by the absence of any mintmark( found right below the year), or the presence of a D or S mintmark. Then it gets even more technical when you get to errors, which are basically coins that have features that weren't intended. There are numerous resources that will help you identify those. If it'd make sorting out this 200 lbs of pennies more appealing, perhaps knowing that the 1969-s double die obverse fetches from thousands to over a hundred thousand dollars, not forgetting the 1955 double die obverse, and numerous other dates with valuable errors which i can't remember now, would help your motivation!
  7. Amazing! Despite their age your coins appear to have escaped the ravages of time!
  8. Here's mine, a lovely gem this one!
  9. nice lot! looking for the 1956 cent myself actually but i don't find them in UNC often
  10. does it happen often that Elizabethan coins turn up in detector finds? What a treasure trove the UK must be! I have several hammered coinage that supposedly had been turned up from such finds.
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