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beauanderos
1000+ Penny Miser Member


USA
2408 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2010 :  17:39:56  Show Profile Send beauanderos a Private Message
yay! Just found one of the ones I was missing from my "only from the wild" Lincoln cent collection. With a mintage of ten million, this is one of the better ones... in about VF20 condition

Hoard now and hold on!

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rodebaugh
Penny Collector Member



USA
377 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2010 :  18:12:42  Show Profile Send rodebaugh a Private Message
That is a fantastic find. nice work!

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fb101
Administrator



USA
2856 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2010 :  18:59:56  Show Profile Send fb101 a Private Message
that's super. I rarely find mintmarked wheats (except I think I found half the mintage of the 57Ds)

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TheJonasCollegeFund
Penny Collector Member



USA
381 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2010 :  21:23:02  Show Profile Send TheJonasCollegeFund a Private Message
Nice find....I found one not too long ago....but very worn. Still a keeper though!

Great job!

MD Totals: Started Aug16th.(Updated Sept10th) 819 clad/cu coins/$41.13
Quarters-78
Dimes-122+1 silver roosie (1957)
Nickels-81 (56d,53d)
Copper Pennies-147
Zinc Pennies-386
Wheats-5 (36,36,46,46d,50d)
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beauanderos
1000+ Penny Miser Member



USA
2408 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2010 :  21:45:48  Show Profile Send beauanderos a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by TheJonasCollegeFund

Nice find....I found one not too long ago....but very worn. Still a keeper though!

Great job!

Some of the worn ones I have to look at through two magnifying glasses, twisting and turning the cent just right in order to see what it is. It's nice to find one that is easily legible. You should post your finds on Uthminsta's penny tracking thread. It's alot of fun and some good finds there. Reading others discoveries is the next best thing to finding them yourself.

Hoard now and hold on!

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TheJonasCollegeFund
Penny Collector Member



USA
381 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2010 :  22:00:04  Show Profile Send TheJonasCollegeFund a Private Message
I found, in a purchase, a possible 14d...I think....very slick coin. You have to get the light just right. The angle just right. The position of the moon just right. And then and only then...it looks like a 14d. The 'd' is very readable but 4 is the question. Very worn and slick there.

MD Totals: Started Aug16th.(Updated Sept10th) 819 clad/cu coins/$41.13
Quarters-78
Dimes-122+1 silver roosie (1957)
Nickels-81 (56d,53d)
Copper Pennies-147
Zinc Pennies-386
Wheats-5 (36,36,46,46d,50d)
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uthminsta
1000+ Penny Miser Member



USA
1872 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2010 :  23:20:21  Show Profile Send uthminsta a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by TheJonasCollegeFund I found, in a purchase, a possible 14d...I think....very slick coin. You have to get the light just right. The angle just right. The position of the moon just right. And then and only then...it looks like a 14d. The 'd' is very readable but 4 is the question. Very worn and slick there.

What would you guys all say about this? Send it in for a professional grader? Even with a low grade, this is a key for the series... I bet there are several poor-1 examples of this one that have been slabbed. I actually used to have a poor-1 graded early large cent... I forget what year it was. 1794 or 95 I think. But I digress. What say you all about sending this one in?

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TXBullion
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374 Posts

Posted - 07/18/2010 :  23:49:32  Show Profile Send TXBullion a Private Message
MH made a suggestion about this in the wheat collection thread specifically addressing when it might be worth it to grade
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TheJonasCollegeFund
Penny Collector Member



USA
381 Posts

Posted - 07/19/2010 :  00:25:28  Show Profile Send TheJonasCollegeFund a Private Message
MH said it was junk. I did see one on ebay. NGC graded AG-3. Buy it now like low $100's. That's what made me think of getting it graded. Mostly just to authenticate it. Not sure if anyone would want it though!

MD Totals: Started Aug16th.(Updated Sept10th) 819 clad/cu coins/$41.13
Quarters-78
Dimes-122+1 silver roosie (1957)
Nickels-81 (56d,53d)
Copper Pennies-147
Zinc Pennies-386
Wheats-5 (36,36,46,46d,50d)
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wolvesdad
1000+ Penny Miser Member



USA
2164 Posts

Posted - 07/19/2010 :  02:33:41  Show Profile Send wolvesdad a Private Message
Danger you run is that the grading company won't (or won't be able to) verify it and it will get kicked back as 'unslabbable'

But you won't get your money back.

"May your percentages ever increase!"
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uthminsta
1000+ Penny Miser Member



USA
1872 Posts

Posted - 07/19/2010 :  12:33:33  Show Profile Send uthminsta a Private Message
Can you get an "attribution and authentication" service though? Even if it's ungradable, they should be able to use their high tech stuff to let you know if you have what you think you have. After all, they are the experts... right? Right? Anyone? haha...

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rodebaugh
Penny Collector Member



USA
377 Posts

Posted - 07/21/2010 :  11:59:39  Show Profile Send rodebaugh a Private Message
Thats right. experts.

Pcgs should send it back holdered gen. if not gradeable.
NGC? not sure what the do?
ANACS will holder it and mark special comments on slab usually.

Right?

Rodebaugh


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Zyll
Penny Pincher Member

USA
214 Posts

Posted - 07/21/2010 :  15:31:36  Show Profile Send Zyll a Private Message
I say nothing ventured nothing gained.
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TheJonasCollegeFund
Penny Collector Member



USA
381 Posts

Posted - 07/21/2010 :  20:33:06  Show Profile Send TheJonasCollegeFund a Private Message
OK....does anybody want to try it with this 1914d?

MD Totals: Started Aug16th.(Updated Sept10th) 819 clad/cu coins/$41.13
Quarters-78
Dimes-122+1 silver roosie (1957)
Nickels-81 (56d,53d)
Copper Pennies-147
Zinc Pennies-386
Wheats-5 (36,36,46,46d,50d)
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brian0918
Penny Collector Member



USA
315 Posts

Posted - 07/21/2010 :  21:55:51  Show Profile  Send brian0918 an AOL message Send brian0918 a Private Message
You could mail it to me, and I could try using the macro cameras and x-ray machines at work to attempt to give you more information. The x-ray method didn't work well with slick buffalo nickels, but might work better with partial dates like yours.

"The man who speaks to you of sacrifice, speaks of slaves and masters. And intends to be the master." -- Ayn Rand

Searched: $2230 Nickels; Liberty: 1; Buffalo: 4; War: 20; 2009: 2; 2010D: 8
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TheJonasCollegeFund
Penny Collector Member



USA
381 Posts

Posted - 07/21/2010 :  22:55:04  Show Profile Send TheJonasCollegeFund a Private Message
Why not...PM me your address...!

MD Totals: Started Aug16th.(Updated Sept10th) 819 clad/cu coins/$41.13
Quarters-78
Dimes-122+1 silver roosie (1957)
Nickels-81 (56d,53d)
Copper Pennies-147
Zinc Pennies-386
Wheats-5 (36,36,46,46d,50d)
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