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Week 4: Final Group 4 - 1801-1900


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    • gpnyc - 1866 SILVER THREE CENT PIECE (Type 3) (Ex. Jules Reiver Collection) NGC PR-64 CAMEO
      16
    • Sir Sisu - Peru 1891 1 sol
      15


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gpnyc - 1866 SILVER THREE CENT PIECE (Type 3) (Ex. Jules Reiver Collection) NGC PR-64 CAMEO

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Sir Sisu - Peru 1891 1 sol

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gpnyc - 1866 SILVER THREE CENT PIECE (Type 3) (Ex. Jules Reiver Collection) NGC PR-64 CAMEO
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Sir Sisu - Peru 1891 1 sol
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I voted for the trime (I love the toning) and the new avatars sweeping the forum (love the toning)!

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Are you accusing me of voting based upon the condition of the coin?

I must declare I stand innocent of such atrocities, I see the design of the 3 cent piece as a classy one, your opinion may differ from mine but to each his own....or have I missed something ;)

Also... have you not noticed the wonderful toning on that 3-cent mmmmmmmm :ninja:

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I voted for the trime (I love the toning) and the new avatars sweeping the forum (love the toning)!

 

Yeah, I find myself visiting CP more often! Now like 20 times a day.

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Are you accusing me of voting based upon the condition of the coin?

I must declare I stand innocent of such atrocities, I see the design of the 3 cent piece as a classy one, your opinion may differ from mine but to each his own....or have I missed something ;)

Also... have you not noticed the wonderful toning on that 3-cent mmmmmmmm :ninja:

Far away from me any intention to accuse you.

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Voted for the design, not for the grade.

 

An appropriate thing to do, but voting for the condition/toning/appearance is equally appropriate. It is, afterall, the popular coin idol competition. (Oh yeah, I do like the classic design of the trime.)

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