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  1. Found a 1968-S cent, in uncirculated (red, original, untoned), condition.
  2. My friends, I am looking for a close-up picture of the "R" in "PLURIBUS", on a 1944-No P, Henning counterfeit nickel. If anyone can help me, I will be in your dept. Thanks, Jody
  3. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060112/ap_on_...e/nickel_launch
  4. I'll fourth that. (Can I do that?)
  5. This coin belongs to someone else. I'm asking for opinions so that I may relay them to the owner, who says that the coin belonged to his Dad, who found it in change. Both designs are incused and reversed.
  6. Very nice tributes to a great man. Franklin was a genius, and a true American hero.
  7. Good advice from everyone. Not counting errors or the normal die varieties, there were seven different types of nickels minted in 1942. The "no mintmark", the "no mintmark proof, the 1942-D, the '42-P, the '42-P proof, the '42-S (large mintmark above Monticello) and the '42-S (small mintmark beside Monticello). And I agree with the others, don't "shine" your coin. It looks like a beautiful almost uncirculated example. It'd be a shame to ruin it.
  8. December 14, 2005 WASHINGTON -- New dollar coins featuring all 37 of the nation's dead presidents will begin rolling out of the U.S. Mint in 2007 under a bill Congress is sending to President Bush. Lawmakers hope the coins -- and an accompanying $10 gold piece for collectors featuring former first ladies -- will be a big money raiser for the government like the 50-state quarter program. They also hope the dollar pieces will rev up interest in the Sacagawea dollars, which have been little-used. ''The dollar coin is a valuable educational tool -- much like the 50-state quarter series
  9. Washington - (December 2, 2005) - Redesigned Series 2004 $10 notes will be issued beginning on March 2, the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Federal Reserve Board announced today. On this day of issue, Federal Reserve banks will begin distributing the new notes to the public through commercial banks. The notes will begin circulating immediately in the United States, and then be introduced in other countries in the days and weeks following, as international banks place orders for $10 notes from the Federal Reserve. Today's announcement is a signal to businesses that handle cash and u
  10. O-102a 1817/4 Capped Bust Half Dollar A newly discovered numismatic rarity – the eighth known example of the Overton-102a variety of the 1817/4 Capped Bust Half Dollar Dallas, Texas: A newly discovered numismatic rarity – the eighth known example of the Overton-102a variety of the 1817/4 Capped Bust Half Dollar – will be offered by a well known auction house at their official January 3-7 Florida United Numismatists Signature Auction. The coin was unearthed by contractor George Williams, while raking fill dirt in upstate New York. It is considered the second finest survivor of the eight
  11. Yeah, Stu. I guess Doc will be back later to confirm, but the silver collored (white pot metal?) core seems obvious. Also, most evident on the obverse at 7-8 o'clock, is the bubbling that is usually associated with casting.
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