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joeyuk

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About joeyuk

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    Practically running the place...
  • Birthday 09/11/1962

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    New Jersey,USA

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  1. Here is a link to my e-bay sales. http://www.ebay.com/sch/jerseyjoe164/m.html?_trksid=p3692 If you are interested I will give in mint and proof sets I'll give a good price for all. Joe
  2. I picked up this Lithuanian proof like 10 centu given out at the fair. I believe 1 of only 500.
  3. Wow just found this thread in a google search. I did not know the baltic coins were " re-released " in the 80's and 90's.
  4. These are not counterfeits but rather coins coneca offered for sale and I picked up a set. I like the offbeat items sometimes. Almost a year later they sent me a piece struck by the canceled die.
  5. These two overlays could help you see what to look for.
  6. I was just looking thru omnicoin and saw a feature where it displays coins people are offering for sale. Being I am fairly freshly back into collecting and really do not know the people I guess I need a little advice. One person whose coins I was looking at had some very nice coins which had great pics. This person has about $250 worth I would like to purchase. When I have bought thru forums in the past I have been on the forum for years and felt I knew and could trust as reputation is everything probably more in coin sales then in most things. I need to know is there a protocol ?
  7. Well I sent 8 of the 1925 centas into pcgs and received grades the other day. 4 in ms66 and 4 in ms67. Once I get these back I will send the rest in. Also some cross overs from NGC. What do you guys think of the grading company's ? Coins of the same grade I have seen from NGC and PCGS shows NGC holds coins to a higher standard. At least for world coins.
  8. Here are some pics of he pcgs 66 I received and another from an original roll I picked up a while ago. I am curious what you guys think the raw one would grade. I sent in 8 and have another 6-8 to send in.
  9. The pcgs insert which holds it in place makes it look round.
  10. I am of Lithuanian heritage as is my wife so I am currently working on this set of coins. Lithuania was a free nation at this time and coind their own money. I was lucky to pick up an original roll of 1925 one centas a couple years ago. I also purchased this slabbed example the other day in PCGS ms66. Comparing the coins from the roll to the 66 example I feel I have at least a dozen that should grade better. And I am grateful for that because not only do I want a set for myself but also my four sons. I will image the coins when I get a macro lens for my new camera but here are some older
  11. I found these interesting because they were issued by the U.S. Government and are hard to come by in uncirculated condition. The following is from " The Official Red Book". 1c....Aluminum....5,000 minted 5c....Aluminum....5,000 minted 10c..Aluminum....5,000 minted 25c..Aluminum....3,000 minted 50c..Aluminum....2,500 minted 1$....Aluminum....2,500 minted 5$....Brass..........1,000 minted 10$..Brass..........1,000 minted Were in circulation for about six months 1935-1936. After which all but 200 sets were redeemed and melted down. Each token is the size of the correspondin
  12. Thought I would share my bingle collection. They were made as part of Roosevelt's "new deal".to midwestern homesteaders who setteled in Palmer, Alaska . undated 1935 uniface tokens were issued .
  13. I looked in the PCGS population report for German 2 euro and they only list 1 type. I thought the might list an "A: and "B" side as they are separately as they do with the U.S. presidential dollars.
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