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07 Jan 2015

Last Peace Dollar

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Well, I finally found the last coin to fill my Dansco Album. It's a 1928 Peace Dollar. Saved one of the key dates for last. I'll show the entire set at a later time. Anybody else finish a set and wonder what to collect next?? I have to admit, I put off purchasing this coin because I didn't want the hunt to end. Guess I can always upgrade what I have. Any ideas out there on what to do next? A Lot of choices!!

Comments

user_5225

Level 5

Good job finishing your set.

user_6683

Level 4

Nice coin and nice buy.

CMCC

Level 5

I think you should go for coins that you do not have before upgrading ones that you do have. (For instance, I want an Uncirculated 1883 No Cents V Nickel, and mine is XF, but I want to get the half dimes that I don't have yet.)

CMCC

Level 5

I agree with JordaNumismatics, I think you should do Morgan Dollars. However, such a set would require a LOT of time and money. If you would like to stick with silver, do halves or quarters. I do nickels. Once I finish Jefferson Nickels, I do Buffalo Nickels, then Liberty Nickels, and last of all, Shield Nickels. In a few years, when I am done with that, then I will be asking this question! Or I'll side with Small Cents.

Mr. Wheatie

Level 5

Lincoln Cents. ( though I could just be bias)

BossX

Level 5

cool! you should do indian head cents.

Franklin Halves would be a good choice.

user_5225

Level 5

True, they are under appreciated.

Kepi

Level 6

Beautiful coin! Congratulations on completing your set!

Peter

Level 4

Go with Morgans Dollars, or Franklin Half Dollars.

If you like Dollars, go for the Morgans(If you have cash flow) or Ikes. Ikes are easy as there are only a few of them, and do not forget the 40% silver ones.

LNCS

Level 5

Peace dollar series is a fun one to collect, Next you can upgrade, go for some varieties or go for another series.

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