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zookeeperz

1861 Penny anything there?

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I won't influence what you may or may not see and sorry these were the pics I had to deal with actually it is probably clearer not blown up. Yes I am at it again. I have noticed a few things which may or maybe something or nothing. Can you see anything worth investigating. 

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Yes your head.

The B joining the hair ......:)

I cant see whats underneath the bottom loop of the B is it just dirt ?.

Edited by PWA 1967

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Well It looks very much like a G and there looks like a P under the T  the gap on her bust dead center there is a small Y

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There is a Pac-Man on the chest too.

Jerry

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1 minute ago, jelida said:

There is a Pac-Man on the chest too.

Jerry

Jerry your a Doctor your supposed to help us not send us over the edge :)

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Its not my coin Its on the bay probably clearer not blown up and if anyone was going to miss a difference it is shelly :)

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1861-Queen-Victoria-Penny-Freeman33-6-G-Rarity-R5-A-LOVELY-HIGH-Grade-EF-N-UNC/302496151715

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2 minutes ago, PWA 1967 said:

Another one who is not right .....Some coins when she /he first buys them are ok and then polishes them :o

Why do they do that. the europeans seem to put silver cleaner or beeswax furniture polish on everything?

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17 minutes ago, zookeeperz said:

Why do they do that. the europeans seem to put silver cleaner or beeswax furniture polish on everything?

Not a clue and the seller been mentioned a few times on here.

Its a pity as you dont know with some what they are really like in hand.The 1932 she /he has been selling a while appears Mint toned and nice allbeit expensive IMO. 

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1 minute ago, PWA 1967 said:

Not a clue and the seller been mentioned a few times on here.

Its a pity as you dont know with some what they are really like in hand.The 1932 she /he has been selling a while appears Mint toned and nice allbeit expensive IMO. 

yes her coins are well over priced She bought a few from me actually. a Single Ex 1940 and a recessed 1916  both were EF+ think I sold her both for £60 madness lol

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I don't see any of what you suggest.

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4 minutes ago, mrbadexample said:

I don't see any of what you suggest.

Seriously? between the teeth dead center of queens bust you don't see a small y?

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Just now, zookeeperz said:

Seriously? between the teeth dead center of queens bust you don't see a small y?

Oh, that. Well I can see a mark now you've pointed it out. :blink:

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2 minutes ago, mrbadexample said:

Oh, that. Well I can see a mark now you've pointed it out. :blink:

one of those you'd love to have in your hands to look at. Couldn't part with that cash on a whim that could be nothing :)

 

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What about this 1862 CNE PENNY?

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