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custard1966

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Dragonbrit has the best coins! Ever since I started going on ebay for coins, he's been there with the best ones!

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Ewwww copper... :( (well bronze but it's just as bad)

And it doesn't even have full lustre. :rolleyes:

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That is a wonderful coin, seldom seen in UNC. I have only ever seen one for sale on Ebay in BU which was about a year ago. The seller sells loads of great stuff, he even sold a Cromwell pattern farthing!

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Here's yet another -- although in spite of the grade assigned I don't think it is as nice as the one Dragonbrit is offering...

Another 1869 Penny

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That's a nice looking 1869. At that price I will have to be content with the one I own for a while.

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I don't believe it! Bragonbrit has withdrawn the 1869 penny from the auction! He must have got a serious offer for the coin. :(

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Either that or he didn't want competition from the Heritage auction. That coin hit $4,600 (about £2,550) this week. A report from the auction floor by a CU member indicated it was much less red than the picture suggested.

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