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Bronze & Copper Collector

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  1. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Confirmation of Dies Please

    1862 A to RIGHT of Lighthouse Rocks are clearly there. 
  2. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Confirmation of Dies Please

    1862 A to LEFT of Lighthouse - Nearer to the Lighthouse  Better quality, faint, but the rocks are there. 
  3. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Confirmation of Dies Please

    1862 A to LEFT of Lighthouse - Nearer to Rim Poor quality, difficult to see, but I believe the rocks are there.
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    Genesis 2:22-23 22 Then the LORD God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man. 23 The man said, “This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called ‘woman,’ for she was taken out of man.” I just want to know if the "WOKESTERS" plan to rewrite the Bible in order to make it "Politically Correct". Perhaps they intend to challenge the ""Word" of GOD"
  5. Bronze & Copper Collector

    name for large marbles

    As the years pass, we all, unfortunately, tend to lose some....
  6. Bronze & Copper Collector

    1911 1/2d A+b unlisted by Freeman

    The only variants in the dates mentioned that I am aware of at present are as follows: Four for 1911. Both Obverses and both Reverses intermixed. (Gouby A&a, A&b, B&a, and B&b). Two for 1912, listed on Michael Gouby's website as 2 date spacings: Date A "Centre of 2 to bead, 10 beads" Date B "Centre of 2 to gap, 9 1/2 beads" Re: 1925, I am aware of only the two listed in Freeman, F-404 (1& A, Gouby B & A), and F-405 (2 & B, Gouby C & B).
  7. Bronze & Copper Collector

    More Pennies

    I agree, I also see the slight indent of the W of LCW ...
  8. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Halfpenny ID check

    Appears to be the same coin to me.
  9. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    I remember seeing advertisements for "Certified Genuine Facsimile Autographed Baseballs". Does that translate to that they are guaranteeing them to be fakes? Or Genuine Fakes?? It's Ludicrous. And people buy them.
  10. Bronze & Copper Collector


    I would tend to concur with you on your determination. My comparison of certain diagnostic indicators led me to that conclusion too. I'm not sure what the current known population is, so I will defer to your numbers. For the census, currently i have two obverse 8's, as well as two obverse 7's which include the discovery coin.
  11. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Halfpenny ID check

    I presume that the coin in question is the 1861, which, although admittedly it does look like a P/F, I would tend to doubt that it is a HALP penny. Although it is known with both obverses 6 and 7; to the best of my knowledge it is only known on reverse G. The coin in question is a reverse E (note the LCW). I would suspect that it is some sort of gunk at the tip of the crossbars of the F in HALF. For what it is worth, I hope that I am proven incorrect, or that I have been looking at wrong coin. The best scenario would be that it is a new discovery (those are always nice). Best of Luck
  12. Bronze & Copper Collector

    More Pennies

    $240,000 😀 The Edward V111 brass threepence sold for $140,000 😯 Actually Pete, the Edward VIII brass 3 pence, sold for $144,000 ($120,000 + $24,000). You're correct with the 1933 Penny, $240,000 ($200,000 + $40,000)
  13. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Good morning all

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    Or the 1922 "Plain" US cent.
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    Unless it's a trick of lighting and imaging and not really there; all that I think I see is a hint of the L & the A. Possibly my line is angled incorrectly as all I can claim to see is 2 partial letters. Of course there is always the possibility of a different die variety. Unfortunately we may never be sure.