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PWA 1967

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  1. PWA 1967

    Pennies High grade.

    Last one has gone and thank you 🙂
  2. PWA 1967

    Pennies High grade.

    Sorry i wasnt thinking and should of put this on another thread. Dont know if any one wants one as had to buy a few to get them at the right price ,although i only really wanted one. They are the £2 Full flag variety circulated and as far as i know not been found in the packets. Only one left as a couple of forum members had the others. £10 with a stamp on or £12 signed for.
  3. The person to ask for some kind of provenance and thoughts would be Gary D if he still uses the forum. The coin was in the collection he sold not long ago and put a link up , just before christmas last year.
  4. No.....IMO Adam the two parts to the right you can see ,first part is the internal V and second part external if that makes sense. If the second part is raised on the coin , maybe why your line does not look straight 🙂
  5. Yes its a fantastic collection rather than just being the same denomination and think some may look a lot better in hand . The Spink photography IMO is sometimes not very good when reproduced for the catalogue. Good luck to the owner of the collection 👍
  6. The results are up for anyone interested 🙂
  7. PWA 1967

    More Pennies

    One was and one wasnt ,although i have had a couple of low grade ones that were not , collectors look for the F169 and maybe dont want or bother to look for the dot. Its not much of a variety
  8. PWA 1967

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    Yes ,you may well be right Mike and as i mentioned my collecting interest may be different than most ,its just my own preferance that if i have two of something that are similar i will always keep the one with the most lustre.
  9. PWA 1967

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    My collecting interest is probably different than most as i am always upgrading and making changes .Although people dont like putting coins in plastic slabs it allows for me to look at most of the main collection including pictures at a glance as i dont keep the coins at home.The main collection is now made up of mainly just high grade pennies rather than including low grade varieties the majority of which i have sold ,so to look at a website would probably be boring as they would all look similar with just a different date .I prefer the photographs to maybe show others being edited as also allows people to make there own opinion on the coins grades and faults rather than just looking at the ones given by a grading company. Some i buy i doubt very much like the 1909 DOT i will find a better one but if over the next few years (if i am still interested) other high grade ones turn up i will sell it 🙂 Thank you for the comment on the pictures and hope you are now able to edit any that you may want to do similar. The 1909 DOT below is the one i upgraded from.
  10. PWA 1967

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    Yes Blake its mine 🙂 1926 Harder date to find with good lustre.
  11. PWA 1967

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    1909 DOT........Most are in low grade ,so a really good example.
  12. PWA 1967

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    If they went forwards they would still be in it 😮
  13. Looking at Ians coin on the CGS site it is just a standard date Terry. I did not know about that width before ,so have never looked to find one 🙂
  14. I think what Terry means is the date width Ian. 1 to tooth & 8 to tooth 🙂
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