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08 Apr 2015

Close-up Coin Images Quiz #2

Coins-United States | Numinerd9

Ok folks, here's my second close-up coin images quiz. (All of these coins this time are part of the ANA collection!) And just like the first one, this quiz has three US coins; one from the 18th, 19th, and 20th Centuries. I'll try to post the answers in about a week. Good luck!!

Comments

Mike

Level 7

Now I found one and don't know the answers even though you gave a few.

user_7180

Level 5

A shield nickel and two I do not knows.

Isaiah1801

Level 4

This one is the Columbus Quincentery or whatever anniversary, but definitely Columbus

user_5225

Level 5

3 is 1992 columbian expedition 500th anniversary. 2 is

Numinerd9

Level 5

Close, but the Columbian Expo coins are from the 19th century; 1892-1893.( Look at the commems from the 1930'S!) Nice try!

user_5225

Level 5

mmmm. i know this one

CMCC

Level 5

The 18th century is a Flowing Hair Half Dollar.

CMCC

Level 5

I thought Half Dime: No berries; I then thought Flowing Hair Silver Dollar: Two berries; finally, the last Flowing Hair Silver coin, the Flowing Hair Half Dollar: One berry and 2 leaves! And how did I not realize that the middle picture is a shield nickel?

Numinerd9

Level 5

Outstanding, cmccs*coins! A 1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar, to be exact; 2 leaves under each wing variety - well done!

Numinerd9

Level 5

Really, guys? No guesses? I know you know coins - you can do it! Hint: The 20th Century coin is on the reverse of a classic commem.

user_5225

Level 5

you mean CMCC not cmccs*coins.

mmmm....

CMCC

Level 5

Hmmm. These are a tough three...

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