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PWA 1967

1867 Penny F53 6+G , UNC.

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What a beauty. Funnily enough I got a nice one from Baldwins a couple of months ago, but this is superb.

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Some of the MS64 RB coins are really special; also I will try to dig out a picture of one "detailed" for a small DIE CRACK! It was an 1871 and beautiful as well....

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On 1/27/2024 at 6:12 PM, VickySilver said:

Some of the MS64 RB coins are really special; also I will try to dig out a picture of one "detailed" for a small DIE CRACK! It was an 1871 and beautiful as well....

Why would they ‘detail’ a die-crack? Is that standard practice, or a crazy one off?

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Yes, I will try to post the coin in the next couple of days if any interested. The 1871 is a rare date that I had been looking for a good example of. Very similar to the 1867 above (except for the die crack).

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On 2/1/2024 at 12:40 AM, VickySilver said:

Yes, I will try to post the coin in the next couple of days if any interested. The 1871 is a rare date that I had been looking for a good example of. Very similar to the 1867 above (except for the die crack).

I'd be interested in seeing it. 1871 is very tough, even in mid grades, heck even few in junk.

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Oh, thanks for catching me as I forgot! I was so mad as I am quite familiar with NGC and PCGS grading and should have been a "64"; I subsequently got one (1871) that did go "64". Will try to locate the other 1871.....

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