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Round 1 - 1800 to 1899 AD - Y/Z


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Which one do you like the best?  

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  1. 1. Which one do you like the best?

    • Y. jtryka's 1830 Half Dollar, Small 0, O-118
      19
    • Z. gpnyc's 1814 Classic Head Large Cent
      9


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<b><font size="4">Round 1 - 1800 to 1899 AD - Y/Z (</font></b><font size="4"><a target="_blank" href="

http://www.stujoe.com/pci5/pci5.htm">CompetitionProgress</a><b>)<br></b></font><br><br><b><font size="4">Y. jtryka's 1830 Half Dollar, Small 0, O-118<br></font></b><img border="0" src="http://www.stujoe.com/pci5/jtrykabust.jpg" width="600" height="300"><br><b><i><a href="http://none" target="_blank">OmniCoinDescription</a></i></b><br><br><b><font size="4">Versus</font></b><br><br><b><font size="4">Z. gpnyc's 1814 Classic Head Large Cent<br></font></b><img border="0" src="http://www.omnicoin.com/coins/901941.jpg" width="605" height="320"><br><b><i><a href="http://www.omnicoin.com/coin_view_enlarge.aspx?id=901941" target="_blank">OmniCoin Description</a></i></b>

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Tough call, but I went with the copper ... 'cause I really love old copper.

Both are VERY nice coins, though.

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Bust halves have long been my favorite US denomination and that's a nice one.

Is that natural toning?

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Actually, I don't see what's so hard about this choice. I had to vote against my own coin. That half is just awesome! That's a dancing banana coin if I ever saw one. :ninja:;);)

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This one was a tough one! I have so little early copper experience, but that cent is terrific. But, I had to vote for my own, after all I'd better like it since I own it! As for the toning, yes it is natural, most likely from a Wayte Raymond album and decades of storage!

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