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I do a lot of coin buying on ebay and lately I started looking through listings with key words like "Unknown" and "unidentified" when searching for good deals on coins. Its not only fun for me to identify, but it opens up posibillities for great deals that other bidders don`t find. I found a 4 coin lot listing a few days ago with 3 ancient coins and a 4th coin with a deer and axe on other side. I searched the words "Value me as you please" and " Cut my way through" online and found a lot of info on Higley coins. I endded up winning the auction at $20. I think I got a great deal even if its
Dear Board, If others aren't too busy, I would appreciate some help here: http://www.coins.nd....TARY.intro.html From the above webpage, Louis Jordan writes: "The Wellington tokens were struck at Thomason's press with dies and punches cut by Thomas Halliday, a die-sinker located on Newhall Street in Birmingham. Rulau identifies the specific Wellington portrait punches used on the Washington military bust tokens as varieties of the Wellington bust used for the Wellington peninsular token Charlton WE-11, which is cataloged with seven small bust varieties (WE-11A) and eight large