Ok so if I have this right, the 1920 was the first year of the small cent correct. Also how easy is it to come across the rest of the 20's and 30's to complete a collection, I know that finding all them in circulation is probably slim. I have done some ebay surfing since the finds and it seems some of these dates go for a premium. Are there other places to find these coins or will they demand a premium every where.
Is anyone going to clean this tracking post up a little? We have people posting their finds, but there is no organization. Is this due to the fact that members are confusing the George V's with VI's...still?
Selling Copper cents. $0 FV available at 1.4xFV. Also interested in trading for wheat pennies and other coins Please pm me for requests or inquiries.
Working through a box I discovered a 1920 George V. Seems to be about the same size as our american penny in VF condition. I am amazed one 90 yrs old could be found in circulation in that good condition. Not sure if it is large or small cent. Anyone know the difference?
"I Killed the Bank" from the tombstone of Andrew Jackson