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RLC35

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  1. RLC35

    1893/2 Penny

    Here you go Pete......I have one slabbed UNC, but I already have a pic of this one.
  2. RLC35

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Here it is Mike... http://wybrit.com/info/Myths.html
  3. RLC35

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    That one is a wide date, 12.5 teeth. A small date is 9.5 teeth.
  4. RLC35

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    I just sent him a picture of what a real 1877 Small Date Looks like.....
  5. RLC35

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Britain did not "stand alone" prior to the USA entering WW2. We provided military hardware and supplies to Great Britain well over a year prior to the U.S. entering the war...just a FYI! During World War II, the United States began to provide significant military supplies and other assistance to the Allies in September 1940, even though the United States did not enter the war until December 1941. Much of this aid flowed to the United Kingdom and other nations already at war with Germany and Japan through an innovative program known as Lend-Lease. ☺️ btw....Great Britain was one of the few countries that paid us back for the aid. The lend-lease program ended up being a "gratis" program with most countries.
  6. RLC35

    Greetings from a new member in the USA

    Welcome to the Forum Villa, from a fellow Yankee.
  7. B&C Collector is Gary Schindler, from New York. He has about every variety of Victorian Copper/Bronze know to man! LOL.
  8. Mike, It is probably informational replies taken from a learning tree of other like questions. Certain key words in your dialogue will trigger "learned" responses from other similar questions.
  9. RLC35

    LCA September

    Colin, it is odd that you mention Scotland...when I was offering my coin for sale, I was told by another Forum Member, that Laurie Bamford had found out about a 1877 ND that was supposed to be in VF condition in Edinburgh. He made a appointment to see the coin, but when he got there, the person "couldn't" find it. Makes a good story, but...? If there does happen to be a 1877 ND in VF, it probably is the best known example!
  10. RLC35

    LCA September

    Santa, is the LCA coin (1877ND) one that you already have on your coin listing?
  11. RLC35

    LCA September

    Jerry, I'd rather not say because I don't have his permission to do so. I only mentioned the Principality, so to draw attention to the fact what area he comes from. A couple of the Forum Members know who he is, but I don't think I should announce his name. Nothing personal, believe me....
  12. RLC35

    LCA September

    Below is the 1877 ND that I sold a few years ago. The one in the LCA Auction was in better condition, in my opinion, though mine went for more than twice the LCA price!
  13. RLC35

    LCA September

    I've seen about 6 of the different 1877 narrow dates, and the one at the LCA auction is by far the best one of all of them. I was going to bid on it, but felt it would get into 10k pounds, because of the condition, and that was more than I wanted to pay. I would bet money it went to Cardiff! He already has three of them! 😊
  14. RLC35

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    There are a lot of farthings that have been certified by PCGS and NGC, as mules, that are not really mules...in fact they look just like the example shown here, but are slabbed as mules. This type of a mistake does not happen with Half Pennies, and Pennies, but is seen, once in a while, in the farthings.
  15. Getting back to the blues.......
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