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Whilst the SL quarter was the only coin, there were numerous exposed mammaries on banknotes, the last was issued in 1968 on the Series 661 Military Payment Certificate $10 which used this vignette:

 

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In addition to that one, these were also circulating:

 

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And this one from the 1902-1908 National Series:

 

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The infamous:

 

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He does seem to have a thing for the printed "nekkid ladize". :ninja:

 

If I had to choose the "best nude on a coin" award I would have to go with this however, lol. It's not US like the LSQ but it's still a beauty of a coin.

 

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He does seem to have a thing for the printed "nekkid ladize". :ninja:

 

If I had to choose the "best nude on a coin" award I would have to go with this however, lol. It's not US like the LSQ but it's still a beauty of a coin.

 

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I wish the gold examples of those were easier to find. Stujoe sent me a silver one for a PCI price several years ago, I agree these are lovely designs.

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SSHHHHH. If you keep this up the government will hear of it and start censorship of our monitary system. Can you see it now. Porn bookstores with coin books in the window. Porn web sites on the internet with our coins as stars. People afraid to show the money they are collecting to relatives.

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Wow! I hadn't thought of that, our own simple quiet hobby becoming restricted material. Think about it, TPGs grading coins as X, XX, and XXX. Coin shops with signs that read: Not For Sale To Minors. Coins on eBay and Heritage Auctions being shipped as "discreetly". Society viewing coin collectors as lovers of crude and explicit objects...... the list just goes on

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Wow! I hadn't thought of that, our own simple quiet hobby becoming restricted material. Think about it, TPGs grading coins as X, XX, and XXX. Coin shops with signs that read: Not For Sale To Minors. Coins on eBay and Heritage Auctions being shipped as "discreetly". Society viewing coin collectors as lovers of crude and explicit objects...... the list just goes on

 

:ninja:;)

Sounds like Uncle Charlie has experience with this! ;)

 

Oh boy.........I can tell where this thread is going!

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